One thing, that I think everyone liked in the childhood, is the interior design. I’m sure that all of us were playing with dolls and stuffed toy animals, dressing them and making houses from boxes for them, that we would later decorate coloring them with pencils. In the present, the design became an art. There are thousand of stores owned by popular designers, and more than just that, we can choose from a very wide variety of types.
If one hundred years ago, the furniture and the interior were in a classic style, in the present I can affirm that the furniture became an art piece, and what I mean is that it really expresses something.
In the present reality in which we are all like robots, and no one expresses any feeling face to face, and everything is made, in the happily case when it is made, with help from technology and internet, the design became a way for expressing our feelings. If we will be able to pay a little attention, we will notice that most artists and designers are very emotive persons. You can see their feelings expressed in their art creations.
That’s why, if we will go inside a store for interior design, we will see very colorful furniture with abstract shapes that express happiness and joy, or furniture made in a classic style that expresses the melancholy of the past. But the furniture isn’t all that we can find in a design store, there are static, or very dynamic canvas. Even those pictures, that we look and don’t understand what the artist wanted to say, have actually a emotional load behind them. So in the moment when we decide to renovate our home, it is good to choose furniture that fit with our ideals, and that express happiness because I don’t think there’s anybody want to feel sad in their own home. We all want to feel kindness and feel “home”, like that saying is. And we all want to be able to say, “home, sweet home”. For arranging a home it is need of a little effort, but we will have eventually a very good mental health.
But the psychic health isn’t enough. If we want to enjoy the psychic health, we have to have the physic one too. Because they can’t exist one without each other.
We need a strong immunity system, to defend us from diseases. But the statistics say that more than half of the world’s population suffer from shortcoming of Iodine. The absence of the Iodine affects the thyroid gland, that has a very important influence on the other body systems. If we have a Iodine absence, the best for us is to take supplements than try eat aliments that contains it, because the supplements are easier absorbed by the organism. According to www.detoxadine.net/ detoxadine is a natural supplement, very good for the immunity system and thyroid. The Iodine from this supplement is taken from a natural resource, more exactly, from alga picked from a big depth, found in a pure nontoxic form. Probably the iodine absence can’t be noticed by everyone but some analyses ant the correct treatment will bring benefits. The thyroid is most affected by the absence of the Iodine. A better thyroid’s function helps the regulation of sugar in blood and a better digestive function. It always reduces the body’s smells and helps in the detoxification of organism, in the case of toxic halogens presence, like mercury and brome. It reduces the effects of radiations and regulates the Iodine quantity for pregnant women and children with autism.
What is the shape of Detoxadine and how is it administrated? Can be found in bottles of 15 ml as a liquid and it has to be administrated 3 drops daily.
In conclusion, if we want to be happy we have to have a very good physical and psychical health. For this it’s need for our house to be our home and the interior has to represent us. We have to take our health analyses because the iodine deficiency rushes the diseases to affect us, fact that we don’t want in our life but we have Detoxadine to prevent it.
The interior design and decoration has changing tastes. What you did with your walls last year and the furniture you used are already used. Here is a look at some of the trends that are likely to make it big in home decorating in 2013.
1. Grass Cloth
Grass cloth is suddenly making a big splash among interior design and decoration circles as a great material for wallpaper. Grass cloth is incredibly versatile. It can add a touch of coziness to any room. It also adds texture for greater interest on a bare wall. In addition, the fibers are natural and rough around the edges, adding a sense of attractive imperfection around the home. Add to that the fact that it is as ‘green’ a material as possible, and it appears that grass cloth may become the new favorite wallpaper for many.
2. Filtered Light
Filtered light has a special ambiance that it lends to a room. In the place of direct light, it can imbue everyday objects with emotion. It is elegant and changes the environment in a room in an instant. More and more people are adding filtered light to their drawing rooms and bedrooms.
3. Louis Style
Many homemakers and designers delight in the elegant and classical style of Parisian furniture from the time of Louis XIV. What interior designers like about this style of furniture is its straight, clean lines and precise form.
Brass always adds warmth to interiors that are traditional as well as modern. Brass improves its color as it ages, and is making a strong comeback as a material used in lamps, candlesticks, flower vases and other elements around the home. Brass also melds well with other metals, which is a bonus.
5. Informal Gardens
Like fashion trends, gardens have also seen changes, sometimes drastic, throughout the years. In the past, when populations were smaller and there was a lot more natural greenery and wilderness around, the gardens were set apart from the unruly wilderness beyond by being hedged in, controlled, clipped and formal. Today, concrete meets our eye everywhere and the wilderness is precious. So we leave our gardens as wild as possible. Therefore informal gardens are likely to be a popular trend in garden landscaping this year.
6. 20th Century Furniture
One of the newest trends that designers are embracing is bold materials in decorating that is blurring the line between art and furniture. Interior designers are matching unusual textures and antique pieces of furniture in unusual yet highly complementary combinations.
7. Manicured green architecture
More and more people are choosing to use well-shaped and manicured greenery to expand the area of their properties. There are plenty of possibilities for meticulously shaped bushes, hedges and ornamental trees to act as a private wall for the property, hedge foundations and appear to extend the grounds.
8. Floral Elements
A trend that was popular in the late ’20s and the ’30s is back to stay this year: unusual floral arrangements in the style of Constance Spry. Spry would take non-traditional floral elements like seed heads, leaves, kale, pussy willow and grasses to offset flowers. Spry’s work took the British fashionable set by surprise and even reputedly inspired the beautiful floral paintings of Gluck.