Such an emphasis may be led, Moroccan lamps, leather-covered, painted with natural dyes: an extract of pomegranate mimosa or a solution, or Hispano-Moorish chests of the Lebanese cedar and ebony wood, covered with camel or water buffalo leather, inlaid with henna tinted bone, with inlays of brass and copper. Quite different to be "sound" lush Indian furniture decorated with openwork carving, marquetry of ebony, forced to play its texture, with a "mosaic of Bombay, the fantastic arabesques, with the effects of sgraffito. Spicy Asian lilt can created with oriental carpets, hand-embroidered with a pattern of delicate stems, large envelopes and floral rosette leaf ring, complemented by a picture of the vine. Read more here: Coen brothers. The combination of unpainted wood furniture with a delicate mixture of inserts from plant fibers and modern materials give the interior a raid eclecticism inherent in colonial style. It is interesting to look double tulle, in which layers links in certain places floral embroidery of wool yarn or straw. Emphasize the colonial interior, you can use tropical plants, placed in containers made of terracotta.
Aristocratic gold floral design in the design of "Victorian" interior twist around claret Picture Frames, heavy curtains of plush, embossed wallpaper on the walls, the gilded window cornices. Vine leaves, ivy, clovers, shamrocks also present in the sharp, harsh lines of Gothic stucco, inlaid solid dark wood furniture, precious tapestries, carpets, classic European design. In another way, gently, gently, and just flowers spiritualize the interior in the Japanese style. Rectangular shape, clear graphics and interior elements highlighted with pictures of flowering trees, made in the Japanese technique of "cloisonne" whimsical spirals dry floral collages, elegant ikebana, which recreates the colors of a piece of Japanese scenery and vibrant cherry twigs in elegant vases. Picturesque and extraordinary in every sense composite piece minimalist interior can become a portable Chinese screen-screen "INBI", decorated with plastic reliefs of flowers made of ceramic and coated with a bright glaze. Decor "INBI" usually zateyliv and distinctive: End openwork carving, rich ornamentation, symbolic floral images, stylized hieroglyphic inscriptions Ming and Qing periods.
"INBI" usually installed in front of the room and creates the illusion of chamber atmosphere, as if closing the living space from prying eyes. The logical complement of exotic inclusions become lying on the floor chinese carpet of wool, silk or cotton, complex and vivid, like a patchwork fabric with bouquets of beautiful flowers delicate shades. Exquisite floral designs crept even into the avant-garde textile design in the style of Ulf Moritz (Ulf Moritz). Textiles of the most unexpected materials (linen and polyester, wool, metal, horsehair, cellophane, paper) is transparent, lightweight, almost immaterial, and gives the impression of glittering jewels rather than a decorative fabric. Extravagance achromatic palette emphasizes the shining big sketchy floral pattern. Renowned architect Mies van der Rohe once said: "God – in the details. You can painstakingly create flawless interior, but only one failed the selected item of decor can destroy all well thought-out aesthetic of the space. However, this does not happen with products from natural materials with classic ornamental motifs, with the beauty of natural textures. They will always make artistic spatial games, navigate a variety of styles, giving the interior of the need to complete.