Palace interiors

Lounge interior in the Hilton HotelLounge interior in the Hilton Hotel
Luxurious light bedroomLuxurious light bedroom
Ornate classic kitchenOrnate classic kitchen
Luxurious study interiorLuxurious study interior
Front hall of a luxury residenceFront hall of a luxury residence
Living room interior of a villaLiving room interior of a villa
Palace-style living room interiorPalace-style living room interior
Living room palace interior Living room palace interior
Palace-style living roomPalace-style living room

Palace style dominated for several centuries. Because of this, its principles are considered classical in many respects, and therefore are widely used in main classical styles.

Changes of the era of high technology and exuberance also have affected style trends, including the palace style. Now, there are conventions in a style definition, since many design decisions have appeared, including ones related to decoration, combination of complex techniques and materials.

This is a challenge for specialists from different fields of architecture and design - to create exemplary documentation of the Retrograde Era based on all kinds of modern materials, design techniques, technologies and construction in general, not falling into traps of these innovations at blurred style boundaries.

For 20 years, the MIRT company has been observing classical traditions and innovations of fashion trends. This applies to both the Palace style and other styles.

In addition, architectural agency specialists of the MIRT company have a keen understanding of nature of the human ‘self’ in each individual interior, which allows them to guess, direct, and intellectually predetermine processes of behavior in the interior, to model its character responsibly and sensitively. All that is left to a client is to feel this embodied idea from the moment when all the work is completed and the interior has begun to live the life of its owner.

Palace style is an exquisite trend in its historical kind. It serves for people with pronounced individualism, with family values, isolated and wealthy lifestyle in general. We really appreciate aristocratism of our clients and understand that its present is a testimony to a voice of blood. Therefore, creating majestic interiors, it is fundamentally important for us to be better, more precise in expression of each individual detail in relation to its future owner and to improve our skills without waiting for the moment when a controversial nuance arises.

Project review

Wooden windows for the Molokan Palace business-center
Luxurious light bedroom
Study in a country house
Palace windows for a luxury villa
Luxurious study design project
Modern bedroom with timbered interior
Meeting room, classic-style interior
Respectable two-storey mansion, Kazakhstan
Luxurious interior design of a leisure hall
Classical elegant study
Concert hall in the Riviera Business Centre
Banquet hall, Riviera Business Centre
Wooden windows for a private residence
Modern style study
Living room design in gray tones
Cozy classical bedroom interior
Classical hall interior design
Study interior with baroque elements
Children’s bedroom design
Neoclassical style bedroom design
Wooden windows by the MIRT in a country house
Neoclassical style bathroom
Living room palace interior
Living room interior with dining area
Luxurious lobby interior, private residency
Laconic bedroom in a country house
Private residence living room interior
Study interior design for a private residence
Study interior in oriental style
Bedroom 'Malvina'
Classic bedroom interior
Hotel room inventory interior design
Wright style interior design, complex project
Living room design
Business-center ‘Vladimirsky’
Uncluttered dressing room interior
Hall interior design
Luxurious classic kitchen interior
Sanitary room interior in classic style
MIRT office in Nur-Sultan
Ceremonial hall grand interior
Art Deco dressing room interior
French style in the Hilton Hotel interior
Dressing room interior with the Empire style elements
Royal living room interior
Residence living room interior design
Kitchen project for a seven-storey villa
Dining hall, reception building
  • Windows
  • Textile
  • Wood
  • Stone
  • Design