Greetings from the 90s: 6 things in the interior that it's time to get rid of
These interior details have long become a bad manners.
In the late 90s of the XX century, the so-called "European-quality repairs" were popular. However, today the interiors, in which everything was “rich”, are no longer just remnants of the past, but real evidence of bad taste. In our review, the top 6 things that it is time to transform in accordance with modern trends in interior design.
1. Wavy-shaped furniture with an abundance of decorative elements
The closet cabinet is a typical example of furniture that was considered fashionable at the end of the last century.
Laconicism and functionality are in fashion now, so the undulating furniture of the 90s, as well as various "decorations" look awkward and ridiculous.
2. Gold and the "classic"
Gold elements and the so-called classic furniture do not look expensive, but rather rather cheap.
Gold and classic are appropriate in small doses. It can be one, but very bright and stylish detail, which really can become a real "highlight" of the interior. For example, a coffee table or a large mirror in a carved frame. But the huge crystal chandeliers in the "Khrushchev" with low ceilings look completely ridiculous.
3. Layered plasterboard ceilings
Plasterboard ceilings are not only long obsolete, but also reduce space.
Ceilings with several levels of drywall look too bulky and clumsy, in addition, such complex designs reduce the height of the ceilings of small apartments. But now, on the contrary, designers are fighting for increased space and practicality.
4. Stucco molding from plastic
From plastic stucco blows philistinism.
Plastic stucco work absurdly looks in small-sized apartments of high-rise buildings. When in European countries people prefer minimalism and loft, an attempt to make the palace out of Khrushchev seems simply comical.
5. Different flooring
Different floors in each room - this is no longer fashionable.
Today, designers advise combining several functional areas and laying one floor on the floor. In the rooms and the corridor it can be parquet or laminate, but in the bathroom, in the kitchen and in the hallway - tiles.
6. Search with diode backlight
The abundance of diode lamps turns the apartment into a night kiosk near the metro.
Do not completely abandon the LEDs, you just need to use them proportionately and appropriately. Instead of fixtures around the entire perimeter of the apartment, it is better to use smart light with motion sensors to help instantly light up your bedroom, bathroom, and even a wardrobe.