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Arrange your interior in finest way, with wallpapers!

  • Posted on: 5 February 2018
  • By: addmean
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Author: James McCloskey
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Nowadays, many of Polish citizens are fascinated about purchasing home for their own. Nothing weird in that, because economy in here is far nicer, so a lot of inhabitants can afford it. But choosing perfect space is not our only one issue to manage, we have to decorate it too.

What are the most crucial services each expert in the area of interior design is able to guarantee us these days?

  • Posted on: 2 February 2018
  • By: addmean
interior design
Author: 準建築人手札網站 Forgemind ArchiMedia
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How to make proper moves that we won’t regret in the future – this is a question a variety of people these days ask themselves in terms of purchasing inter alia furniture, deciding for the color of the walls as well as sort of the floor.

How to make a responsible decision regards interior design and make our house reflect our preferences in such a field?

  • Posted on: 4 December 2017
  • By: addmean
Dekoracje do wnętrza
Author: outreachr.com
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Building a new house is a relatively hard and complex process. It is connected with the fact that we need to have knowledge in miscellaneous topics. For example, first of all, we need to get a property. In similar case we are advised to know various law regulations in this topic, which are in most cases quite diverse and change frequently.

The secret Amber Room – force of amber and gold. Something special, something glorious.

  • Posted on: 18 August 2016
  • By: addmean
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Author: designmilk
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It’s the most popular room in history, not only, because it was made of gold and amber, but also because of its wanishing in the stormy years of World War II. There are many speculations of possible location of hiding the Amber Room (a few of them are in Poland – Owl Mountains, Nysa, Cracow). The Amber Room was made for Tsar Peter the Great in XVIII century (it was a gift from Prussian king Frederick William I. The large decorative panels were shipped to Russia in eighteen containers.