It is no exaggeration to say that a stylish interior only means that the decoration of the apartment should correspond to our mentality and our way of life. Compliance with rigid architectural canons or the framework of one direction in interior design is not so important.
Often a stylish interior is created by techniques and methods taken from different artistic directions. Classics can harmoniously coexist with elements of high-tech, and adherence to romanticism does not exclude elements of minimalism. It is important that the mixing of styles does not turn into bad taste, harmonizes with the size of the apartment and, most importantly, gives pleasure to homeowners.
The use of different styles in the decoration of the room is all the more appropriate when family members of different ages live in the apartment. Both young and older family members want to have a place in the apartment where they felt most comfortable.