Category: Interior

Milica Sterjova

Located in Shoreditch, London, the Geffrye Museum of the Home offers an amazing demonstration of life in the English city through the centuries. The museum buildings date from 1714 and they were originally almshouses. The Geffrye Museum was named after Sir Robert Geffrye (1613–1703), who served as Master of the Ironmongers Company and Lord Mayor […]

Milica Sterjova

The electric fan was an invention of American engineer Schuyler Skaats Wheeler. However the earliest mechanical fan was invented thousands of years ago. Several of the great civilizations of the world have contributed the development and design of different varieties of fans. The Chinese were among the first to mechanize the fan. During the Han […]

Marija Georgievska

Longquan Celadon, also known in the West as greenware, is a beautiful type of Chinese porcelain. It was produced in Zhejiang province from around 960 to 1550, and the green items were made for everyday use. Celadon is believed to be a mix of the essences of the moon and the sun which made it […]

Verica Sitnik

Ernest Hemingway is one of the greatest writers of 20th century. His biography is presenting that he was a complicated man. Lost in his world of creativity, Ernest found peace from fame in the sleepy little town in Florida, in grand two story villa which today is known as his home. For 10 years this […]

Verica Sitnik

The illogical design of the interior of Winchester Mystery House is a maze-like masterpiece of architecture. It is a mansion in San Jose, California, located at 525 South Winchester Boulevard. The house, believed to be haunted by ghosts for over 200 years, is placed on the National Register of Historic Places list. The story about the […]

Katerina Bulovska

Tiki Culture is was an aesthetic movement in the United States inspired by the Maori and Polynesian cultures. Fascination with Pacific culture began in the late 18th century when navigators discovered exotic tropical islands and encountered the Polynesian and Maori inhabitants. One of these Europeans was English explorer Captain James Cook, whose stories of exotic locales and societies […]

Verica Sitnik

The Imperial Eagle beaker is a drinking vessel which was very popular from the 16th to 18th century in the Holy Roman Empire. The cup is made of glass, and its name comes from its decoration; a double-headed eagle which was the emblem of the Empire. The double-headed eagle is crowned and given a halo. These […]

Verica Sitnik

The Portuguese 18th-century palace located in Queluz is one of the last great Europian Rococo buildings. It was summer home to Don Pedro of Braganza who later become king consort by marrying his niece, Queen Regnant Maria I. After Don Pedro’s death in 1786, his wife descended into madness and the Palace of Queluz served […]