The main concept of English-style interior design is a harmonious combination of restraint, orderliness, reliability, chasteness and good quality. British design lacks the pomposity and golden luster of the baroque, but there are certain features indicating prosperity of the owners. Therefore, we have taken this style as the basis for the presidential suite design.
Historically, British living rooms are compact in size, but this fact did not prevent our designers from creating a cozy layout with good zoning and furnishing for the area of 250 square meters.
The Georgian style direction creates lightness and chasteness. The decor is represented by paintings in strict frames and small figurines by the fireplace. Colonial motifs referring to the colonial past are discreetly present in the room as a panel picture showing tropical palm trees in the dining room, as well as patterns of carpets in the living room and bedroom, and vases with fresh flowers. Colonial features are also noticeable in the form of tables and cabinetry, especially when combined with Spider Black Gold marble, the texture of which is characteristic of those of the equatorial and tropical colonies.
The furniture geometry resembles the Art Deco style. Such eclecticism can create a truly harmonious result. Also, it was in the era of George I that the classic English basket chandelier has appeared. It has a minimum of bronze and a maximum of glass. Standing lamps, as well as other light sources radiate warm glow. The ceilings are plain, light, decorated with stucco. Area with fireplace and showcases for books is a special place for communication and leisure at all times.
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