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Simplicity 1166 – bri michelle made

After following the online sewing community for a couple of years, I’ve notice a big gap between contemporary styles and vintage sewing. I love vintage style and I want to wear it every day. What I don’t want is to do a full face of makeup everyday, let alone a beehive or a wet set. A key piece of the wardrobe I’m creating is to have vintage inspired pieces that are functional and effortless to put together. So I’ve decided to do a pattern review and show how a garment can be styled both for everyday casual or done up as a whole vintage look.


For September, I chose Simplicity 1166. It’s a 1950’s reproduction pattern that features a bra top, a batwing blouse and a button front midi skirt. I made the skirt and I love it so much. I was initially feeling sort of “meh” about it, but when I put it on, I felt like I stepped into one of my favorite plays.  Anna in the Tropics is a beautiful award-winning play by Nilo Cruz (poster image from pinterest).

I haven’t thought about this play in a long time, but I put on this skirt I felt like I should be rolling cigars with Conchita while listening to Juan Julian reading Russian classics. Though the play is set in Tampa in the 1930’s, if I ever costume this show, I’ll totally use this 1950’s pattern because the shape and details pair perfectly with an earthy linen for a tropical 1930’s wardrobe.

The Pattern

I learned so much making this pattern! This is only my second vintage reproduction pattern and I loved getting to know some new construction concepts. The pattern features a gorgeous curved waistband, a button-down front, pleats and in-seam-concealed-into-the-pleat pockets (that’s the official term, right?) that sit inside the side-front seam which wraps around from the center back.

The pocket construction was really new to me. Instead of cutting four inseam pocket pieces, the pockets are cut twice on the fold. It effectively works the same way, but it’s a little trickier since it involves working with both large skirt pieces when stitching the pocket to the skirt piece, but ultimately it made for a cleaner finish on the inside.

The pleat construction was also new to me but the instructions were very clear and I didn’t have any problems.

While the construction was pretty straightforward, I had some problems with the sizing. Based on measurements, I should have made a size 20, which didn’t seem right so I went for a size 18. Still, I ended up taking 2 inches out between the center back seam and the front facing seams. There was no way I was gonna redo those side-front seams with their crazy in-seam-concealed-into-the-pleat pockets! That was all fine until I went to add the waistband and the waistband was too small! I don’t understand how the skirt could be too big and waistband be too small. Not a little too small – 6 inches! I was really annoyed, but I had enough leftover fabric to cut a new waistband with the missing length added to the straight end of the pattern piece. All’s well that ends well I suppose.


The Fabric

The fabric is viscose linen that I bought in May from the Lapjesmarkt in Utrecht. In addition to the khaki green color way here, it came in beige, grey, black and a pale bluey-gray. I saw it at several stands earlier this summer as well as my visit there a couple weeks ago. I’m guessing it’s a milled fabric particularly for home sewists rather than an aftermarket designer or high street fabric like much of the fabrics at the market. This was my first time working with a linen and I loved it so much. The viscose gives it such a nice, swishy drape, but it was so easy to sew because of the structure and stability of the linen. I’m also so in love with this earthy, mossy, khaki green right now.


I’ve pretty much worn this skirt once a week since I finished it. Most days I wear it with a black tee and my brown leather flip flops, which the skirt ties together nicely thanks to the tortoise shell buttons. Thanks tortoise shell buttons! Most days I wear very little, if any makeup and it works for an effortless, put together look.

I also love wearing it with an ivory blouse for a more dressed up, vintage day look. I love the drop shoulder and crocheted sleeve detail on this very old RTW American Eagle top. I think these details add to that 1930’s Anna in the Tropics vibe. The look is easily elevated with a red lip and faux victory rolls.

I think this skirt would lend itself to other decades in different fabrics as the shape is so classic. A crisp cotton over a petticoat would definitely lean more into the 1950’s, whereas a chunky corduroy would carry this skirt pattern into the 1970’s which is totally on trend now.

Make Breakdown

Pattern: Simplicity 1166

Fabric & Notions: 2.25 Meters Viscose Linen & 8 buttons (pattern calls for 2.6m & 8 buttons, but I used less since I shortened the skirt.)

Design Modifications: Shortened the length about 5 inches

Fit Alterations: Took in 2 inches from the skirt, and added 6 inches to the waistband. Makes no sense to me!

Difficulty: Advanced Beginner. The instructions are solid, but the fit out of the envelope was awful.

Future Plans: Yes! I’m considering a needle cord version for these coming colder months and a chambray version for spring!


I hope you enjoyed seeing a garment styled up casually and with some vintage flair. Thanks for reading!

La Sewista!: Simplicity 1166

What Simplicity calls a “1950s Vintage” skirt is complete. I am pleased with the results and should get a lot of use out of this for work. I love wearing skirts. I like short skirts, too, and just above the knee is probably my best length. Where I work there is an open staircase that the public  is constantly near or under. It is not a place for shorter skirts, but  since I love skirts I just make them longer if they are planned to be for work wear. And this one’s long! Its an inch longer than the last denim skirt as that seems to be a bit more flattering.

Forgive me for not modeling. I plan to make the white blouse on this vintage reproduction pattern and when that is complete I will model the entire outfit. In the meantime here are details to share.


This is made from Kaufman’s Essex linen blend which I usually get from, amazon prime and all. It is a yarn dyed fabric made of linen and cotton threads. It appears the white threads are the cotton. In the last post I gave info on matching threads to yarn dyed fabrics. Above you can see how the gray thread is pretty unobtrusive in the topstitching. That is something you want here because of the stitching irregularity that can happen when you use one of the matching thread colors. I’m pleased with the gray and it was perfect for the buttonholes.


This is Simplicity 1166. The pattern is self described as “1950s Vintage” and consists of this skirt, a half circle  with pleats and a shaped waistband that is higher in front. There is also an interesting shirt and a bra top in the pattern as well.

Things I did differently from the pattern: My seams  were all Hong Kong finished. The waistband was attached and the facing had a serged finish. It was then stitched in the ditch from the public side to secure. The pattern has you turn under the facing and ditch stitch from the front. By serging and leaving it “out” bulk is reduced, important at a waistline!  The hem is also serged and topstitched on the very edge of the hem as well as an inch and a half in.  I cut out but forgot to put in the pockets, shame on me! A snap is specified to go at the waistband seamline under the overlap. I used a pants hook instead, It’s shining in the second pic below.  It’s really needed as the waist is snug and there is a lot of weight in the skirt trying to pull it down. The hook keeps it all in line.

Issues with the pattern? The pleats. The pattern has lines marked on the front skirt piece to match and  make pleats. I had one leftover. There was also one pleat marking on the skirt back. Perhaps brighter souls won’t have any issue but the pattern is not clear at all, IMO, on how the leftover pleats go together. Finally I figured out that they met at the side seam line. I basted them in and put the skirt on the dress form. That did not work. It made the side seams stick out and didn’t fall smoothly at all. I wasn’t doing that! So, I manipulated this and that and after a lot of fiddling I pleated the leftover front line to the side seam. That lay fairly smooth. The remaining ease for the back pleat was moved to the center back seam where I did a small inverted box pleat which when I tried it on seemed more flattering anyway. But it took a bit of aggravation to get to that point. You can see how above the seam ends up inside the pleat and folded. At least now it lays smoothly.

If I made this again and I might, I would just go straight to manipulating the pleats like I did in this one. Much of the skirt is on the bias and the skirt hung for a week before hemming. 

The other issue I had was the overlap of the waistband and center front. It seemed pretty meager and was just not enough in my opinion. So when I moved around the pleats I made the overlap bigger as well. I’m glad I did.  Something this pattern does, like jeans do, is that when you have pockets or pleats close to CF and there is that overlapping the pleats can look lopsided like you seen in the technical drawing. I know there is nothing you can do but it bugs me. 


This is a classic skirt design and one that I love. In the summer it will be cool and flow-y. It will work great for my work and I really look forward to making a white shirt from the same pattern to wear with it. I wouldn’t say “highly recommend” because the pleat issues could confuse the less experienced or the less patient as they did me. But if you are willing to work through I think you will have a good basic skirt to add to your wardrobe. 

I am not going to start the white shirt immediately. I have the fabric but need to order interfacing and will tonight. In the meantime I want to make a spring/summer bag. I love the big tapestry bag I recently made but the warm weather is coming and making a new bag will be a nice change of pace before settling in with the shirt.  Today I played with some samples for the bag. I am not decided on how this will work out yet but here is one of my samples and I think it will work well for summer.


Red & White & Retro Summer Outfit

We’ve had some sunshine and warm weather the last few days that make it feel like summer is definitely on it’s way, and I can think of no better way to celebrate the arrival of summer than with this sunny outfit!

I sewed the outfit from vintage reproduction patterns from the 1950’s – Simplicity 1426 and Simplicity 1166. The fabric was provided by Minerva Crafts for being a part of their blogging network. I made the top from a lovely polka dot print cotton poplin. The poplin isn’t opaque, so I lined it with a white muslin since if I self-lined it, the polka dots would have showed through. I made the skirt from a solid cotton poplin. The color was called “claret” which I think is a good description of the true color, although I was hoping it would turn out a bit more true red like the polka-dots since that’s what it looks like on their website. Although I was admittedly a tiny bit disappointed by the fact that they didn’t match perfectly when they arrived, I think that when I wear the finished garments they coordinate nicely and don’t read as “un-matching” at all.

Unfortunately, the buttons for the skirt came from my stash. I say unfortunately because Minerva sent me the most fabulous little skull buttons to use, but I discovered (after sewing most of them on) that the shank is vertical and doesn’t play nicely with the horizontal buttonholes. After finishing the skirt I decided to add a little piece of decorative white trim to the waistband so that it coordinated even more with the top.

I love the back of the top and how it perfectly frames my tattoo. I love the skirt and how it emphasizes my narrow waist. I love how the two pieces combine to be flirty and fun and show some skin while still remaining surprisingly modest. Seriously, I love everything about this outfit so much so that I started sewing it again in different fabric from my stash as soon as I sewed the last seam of this go round!

The skirt fit nicely the first time around. The top is very wearable as it, although a close examination shows that the side seam is a bit far back and the center back overlaps quite a bit more than intended, so I’ll go down a size the next time around. I’m really quite a fan of how the front of the bodice is constructed – it clearly accommodates a wide range of bust sizes without requiring much fitting (compare me to the envelope model). Although I could grade out some of the fullness, I’m actually quite happy with how it looks. On my frame it’s modest (well, modest for a tiny halter top) and I like it that way.


Simplicity 1166 – Subtle Beauty of the 1950s – Sloths and Orchids

Where’s a will there’s a way, I say! I have this Simplicity 1166 pattern in sizing smaller than my actual current size. Unfortunately by the time I realised I needed the bigger sizing range this pattern became obsolete! All I can find is what I already have. Did it stop me from using it? No it did not!

The blouse is roomy enough to have space for a couple of extra sizes. I made the skirt slightly wider by cutting a longer waistband and adding more fabric to the skirt at the back seam and then cheating by making the pleats shallower at the front! Sneaky me! And it totally worked!

I looooove this pattern, and there are so many details that first escape the eye. For example, the pockets are cut as one piece already joined at the side, so all you have to do it to attached the other side to the skirt panels. That aids in a beautiful finish with the bias binding which I adore.

Another thing is that the pockets go in a pleat on the front of the skirt, this is such a delicious vintage detail! I learnt a couple of new construction tricks with this pattern. The blouse sleeves also get set in to the bodice panels and are super enjoyable to sew. Can you tell I like this pattern? 🙂

The skirt has such a beautiful 1950s silhouette, but not the commonly known puffy skirt; it’s a more subtle, wider at the hem look with a beautifully defined waist. I want to make one in each colour!
The shirt is also super cute! I chose a light weight interfacing, like I do for all my shirts in this weight. But because the collar is so much larger than the average contemporary designs it is looking a little floppy. I think next time I make it I will be using the medium thickness interfacing so that it hold its shape better.

Fabric-wise, the gorgeous turquoise linen looking cotton I bought at old trusty Trago Mills, Newton Abbot. It holds the shape so beautifully and is a joy to work with. Obviously, like with any cotton/linen fabric, the wrinkling is unavoidable so I have to just make my peace with it.

The very cute polka dot poplin I got from my local fabric store Exeter Fabrics. I used it immediately, along with a couple of other fabric I got on the same visit. I don’t think my boyfriend has sassed out yet that whenever there’s a mass fabric laundering going on, it means I’ve just been fabric shopping 🙂

Apart from the adorable contrasting bias binding that I made myself, the pattern called for 8 large and 4 medium self-cover buttons. I had the medium size ones in my home store, the metal type with a little loop in the back. I’ve used them lots of times before. For the large size ones I decided to give the cheaper, plastic versions a try. I was a little concerned about a tiny little hole in a shank of a button as the way to attached it to the garment. However, it was just as easy and looks just as lovely as the metal one would.

All in all, I am delighted with my vintage ensemble and will definitely be making more of both the skirt and the blouse. I hope I can find the larger sizing range of this pattern somewhere so that I can make it Big4 size 16.

I hope you enjoyed my review, and if you have any questions or just feel like saying hi, pop it in the comments. Enjoy beginning of August, hope your summer is treating you well wherever you are!

Stay tuned and keep smiling! 🙂

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Five Iconic Looks From The 1950s

Post World War II saw big changes within the fashion industry. Gone were the days of dull colours and boring necklines, as society welcomed glamour and excess to its doors. Women were spoilt for choice with new styles! From figure hugging waist-clinchers to classic daytime dresses, stitch-up your own ’50s vintage look with these Simplicity patterns.



The freedom years glorified the female form and all its frills. A cinched-in waistline to highlight your desirable middle was often accentuated with fuller skirts. Add a sense of youthful grace to your wardrobe with Simplicity 1166, which includes a button-up blouse and flared skirt.



As it was a time of embracing alluring femininity, midriffs and shoulders were firmly on show. So, take on the fun and flirty crop top and sew up pattern 8130 from Simplicity’s new collection.



The mid-fifties saw millions of Britons holiday by the seaside, and so of course a new bathing beauty was a must for the girls of the time. More skin was on show by the water than ever before, and although the legs were out, virtue was preserved with a ‘modesty apron’. For a true vintage beach break, try pattern 8139 from Simplicity’s new collection.



Afternoons were made for a cup of Rosie and so of course a tea dress in a pretty floral was a must-have in the 50’s. Make your own with Simplicity 1459, and perhaps dress it up with some gloves and matching bow belt for a real vintage feel.



The 50’s saw many different shapes and sizes walking the streets, but the hourglass figure was often strived for. The solution? The peplum defined the waist and emphasised the hips. Create your own classic tunic with Simplicity 1460 and combine with a streamlined pencil skirt for a truly refined 50’s look.



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Lilacs & Lace: Pastel Paisley

I have been meaning to make this skirt pattern for YEARS.  I started with the blouse view about five or six years back, and then finally completed that project a few months ago after I found the bag with the pattern inside (which was what I was looking for).  All the project needed was buttonholes and a hem, so I took care of that.  Thankfully, I had kept the buttons with the folded up project so I didn’t have to go searching for them.

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This article contains four descriptions of knitting through patterns with needles with step-by-step instructions. To knit such patterns, you will need, in addition to the two main knitting needles … Usually they embroider on a smooth fabric knitted with knitting needles … Neck with knitting needles

A knitted product looks finished if the neck is beautifully decorated.There are many ways to style the neckline. This article presents four ways … Knitting elastic bands with needles

For craftswomen who love to knit, we have prepared a large selection of patterns for knitting elastic bands. In total, the selection contains more than forty patterns for knitting elastic bands … Lazy jacquard with knitting needles

Beautiful jacquard made of yarn of two colors, which knits very simply and quickly. The technique of “lazy” jacquard imagines knitting rows of yarns of different colors (2 …

Volumetric braid with knitting needles

The pattern “Volumetric braid”, popular among craftswomen, is knitted with knitting needles.A volume similar to a braid is obtained due to the fact that the upper movable loops are knitted in several additional lines. … Royal braid with needles

Drawing “Royal braid” for knitting. Pullovers are often knitted with this pattern. The “Royal Curve” pattern is a wide braid, which consists of two connecting … Decreasing the loops with needles

Quite often, when knitting with knitting needles, it is necessary to round the knitted fabric for the armhole. This material contains detailed knitting master classes … Knitting ruffles

A selection of patterns for knitting collars, ruffles and ruffles with knitting needles.To create a gathering effect in knitting patterns, a similar technique is used as knitting two … Pattern for a blouse with knitting needles

A blouse with a fashionable pattern is knitted. The main pattern connects the shelf and the back. The ducts are connected with a mesh pattern. This pattern looks beautiful if you knit it with the number …

Pattern Spikelet with knitting needles

To the collection of needlewomen the pattern “Spikelet” for knitting warm clothes. Knitting pattern for the “Spikelet” pattern. … Relief pattern with knitting needles

Mustard paint pullover knitted with knitting needles in a relief pattern.The scheme of knitting a convex pattern …

Fabric pattern with needles

A pattern imitating a woven fabric knitted with knitting needles. The scheme of knitting a fabric pattern with needles …

Elastic bands with needles

Original elastic bands with needles. Schemes for knitting elastic bands with knitting needles …

Openwork with needles

In the collection of needlewomen – a scheme for knitting an openwork pattern. The scheme of knitting openwork with knitting needles … Drawing Peacock feather

Beautiful pattern “Peacock feather” for knitting shawls and yokes of pullovers, jackets.Pattern for knitting a pattern with knitting needles … Pattern for boleros with knitting needles

A beautiful pattern for knitting boleros with knitting needles for needlewomen. The scheme of knitting a pattern with knitting needles …

Lace edge with needles

In the collection for handwomen – a pattern with knitting needles with a lace edge. Pattern for knitting lace edge with needles …

Pattern for Raindrops

Pattern for knitting tippet “Raindrops” knitted with needles. Knitting pattern … Knitting patterns collection

A collection of beautiful knitting patterns for the craftswomen.Knitting patterns with knitting needles …

Knitting pattern Frogs

In the collection of needlewomen – a knitting pattern “Kvakushki”. The scheme of knitting a pattern with knitting needles …

Knitting patterns oblique

In the collection of needlewomen a selection of patterns “Braids” for knitting. Patterns for knitting patterns with knitting needles …

Knitting a neck with knitting needles

In the collection for needlewomen – patterns for knitting a round and triangular neck with knitting needles. Patterns for knitting the neck with knitting needles … Pattern for the “Braids” pattern

The “Braids” pattern on the background of the purl loops is knitted.How to knit the “Braids” pattern …

Sheep knitting patterns

The symbol of 2015 in the eastern calendar is a blue, wooden goat / sheep. The scheme for knitting and embroidery of sheep … Knitting an openwork pattern

An openwork pattern is obtained by knitting and knitting three loops as one. Even lines – all purl loops. The scheme of knitting an openwork pattern with knitting needles …

Pattern of a lamb with knitting needles

You can decorate a purse, a case and even children’s clothes with the “Merry Sheep” pattern.Sheep knitting pattern …

Jacquard designs

Two-color jacquard patterns for knitting. Pattern of knitting patterns with knitting needles …

Patterns of cuffs with knitting needles

To the collection of needlewomen – original ways of processing knitted cuffs. Patterns for knitting cuffs with knitting needles …

Pattern of a round yoke

Original pattern for knitting a round yoke with knitting needles. Pattern for knitting a round yoke

Pattern for the “Leaves” pattern

Pattern “Branch with leaves” for knitting pullovers, scarves and even socks.The scheme of knitting a pattern with knitting needles …

Pattern Flower with knitting needles

Pattern with knitting needles in the form of a path of flowers with leaves. Knitting pattern for a pattern … Pattern for a sweater with knitting needles

Simple, but very effective pattern, consisting of alternating purl and front loops. The scheme of knitting a pattern for a sweater with knitting needles …

Border with knitting needles

A scheme for decorating the edge of the product with knitting needles. Knitting pattern with knitting needles. … Round yoke with needles

Round yokes are often used to tie tops and pullovers.Knitting pattern for a round yoke. …

Pattern for a tunic with needles

An openwork tunic with a pattern resembling a blossoming twig is knitted. Knitting pattern for a tunic with knitting needles …

Openwork stripes with needles

Openwork stripes visually lengthen the product. Patterns for knitting patterns with openwork stripes with knitting needles …

Patterns for patterns with braids with knitting needles

Patterns with braids look good on knitted pullovers, sweaters, jackets and scarves.Patterns for knitting patterns with braids with knitting needles …

Beautiful pattern with knitting needles

The original knitting pattern is suitable not only for dresses, but also for interior items – bedspreads and pillows. The scheme of knitting a pattern with knitting needles … Openwork patterns with knitting needles

In the collection of needlewomen – three openwork vertical patterns with knitting needles. The scheme of knitting openwork patterns with knitting needles … Pattern Braids with knitting needles

Pattern for a sweater with intertwined braids is knitted. Knitting pattern Braids knitting …

Knitting pattern “Leaves”

Knitting pattern “Leaves” is suitable for knitting pullovers, jackets and vests.Such drawings are again present in fashion collections and shows. Knitting pattern … Knitting pattern with needles

A very beautiful knitting pattern suitable for pullovers, scarves and even knitted interior objects – pillows and blankets. The scheme of knitting a pattern with knitting needles …

A pattern with braids with knitting needles

A beautiful pattern with braids for knitting into a piggy bank for needlewomen. Pattern for knitting a pattern with knitting needles …

Patterns of Norwegian patterns

Norwegian patterns are especially relevant for products that we wear in winter, because the main ornaments are snowflakes, deer, Christmas trees.Thanks to the knitting pattern, such items …

Norwegian knitting patterns

Eight excellent patterns of Norwegian knitting patterns. Norwegian patterns are suitable for knitting winter patterns – sweaters, hats, socks or mittens. Knitting patterns…

Knitting patterns for mittens

A selection of Norwegian knitting patterns for knitting mittens. Mittens knitted with such patterns turn out to be warm and beautiful. Patterns for knitting patterns for mittens … Pattern pattern with knitting needles

The pattern is knitted with knitting needles, yarn of two colors – white and blue.Knitting pattern …

Knitting pattern

Knitting pattern for decorating a child’s sweater or pullover. The scheme of knitting a pattern with knitting needles …

Modern patterns for drawing ::

To create extraordinary and competent work, craftswomen use various techniques and techniques. A very fascinating and uncomplicated direction in the drawing is the Zentangle (Zentangle). In fact, this is not a style of unusual painting of paintings and objects, first of all it is a well-known registered trademark, which is popularized in every possible way by the authors.

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Patterns for drawing Zentangles create an image using various circles, dashes and squiggles. Translated from English means “enlightenment” and “plexus”. Naturally, the authors limited their creation to a few rules – the patterns should be abstract, in black and white. The style no longer imposes any prohibitions, since human fantasy is limitless. But still, dots and lines are at the heart of any pattern. They can be of different sizes, widths and lengths, making up different patterns together.Empty spaces of the picture can be filled with filled dots, use straight or oblique lines, combine these techniques with each other. The effect of volume will add patterns for drawing in the shape of a “well”, they are formed by nested shapes. Shading the background and alternating sizes will give your drawing an interesting look. Various curls can be used as foreground effects, and floral motifs – petals, vines, leaves, berries with twigs – are suitable as an addition. Having practiced on simple patterns, you can safely start combining them.

Varieties of application techniques

If you wish to use such patterns on fabric, we will teach you the technique of patterned weaving. For example, openwork patterned weaving is used to make tablecloths, towels and other products. The pattern turns out to be very delicate and beautiful from the hemstitches located one on top of the other. Also, the patterns are quite large, they are based on geometric shapes or diagonal lines. Patterns for drawing attract with their exquisite beauty, they clearly reveal the softness and flexibility of the threads, silk shine.In fact, such beauty can be done with the help of an ordinary broom board.

Trick or Popular Trick?

Another interesting way to apply patterns is to burn them on any wood flooring. There is a special device for burning Russian patterns, very easy to use. This toy will not leave indifferent both a child and an adult. You can make a real work of art with a minimum of effort. And the child will be able to supplement his own craft with paints or colored pencils.Create small masterpieces while enjoying the process and the result.

Small conclusion

Let your imagination run wild, but do not forget to plan the approximate outline of the picture, choose contrasting colors, the correct arrangement of details in the background and foreground. Do not be afraid of mistakes, they are very easy to disguise, and the uneven lines will give your drawing their zest. Look for new patterns and motifs in your surroundings, and of course experiment!

Ornaments for drawing. Types of ornament. Simple and beautiful ornaments for drawing ::

The feeling of beauty, aesthetic needs are inherent in us by nature. Even in ancient times, as soon as a person consciously distinguished himself from the world around him, he strove to decorate his life, drawing charcoal drawings on the walls of caves, and various ornaments on tools, clothes, dishes. Primitive, imperfect, made with a rough, undeveloped hand, nevertheless, these obvious traces of our ancestors’ craving for beauty are very, very indicative.After all, they are the origins of those magnificent embroideries, whimsical architectural stucco moldings, graceful and exquisite lace products that surround us now, causing sincere delight and surprise.

Types of ornaments

The subject of our conversation with you today is various ornaments for drawing, which can serve as a decor for dishes, paper products, photo frames, a basis for embroidery, etc. Ornament refers to artistic ornaments applied in one way or another to objects.They should be in harmony with the surface on which they are applied, emphasizing and enhancing the aesthetic component of the product. That is why ornaments for drawing are closely related to the shape of the object, its purpose, size and style in which the thing is made. Traditionally, artists subdivide ornamental art into types such as geometric, floral, animalistic, human symbolism.


The first, as a rule, includes various kinds of geometric shapes.Such ornaments for drawing contain parallel and intersecting lines, crosses, rhombuses and squares, circles and trapezoids in different variations and alternations. Vegetable consists of an interlacing of branches, stems and leaves, blossoming flowers and buds, fruits and berries, trees. Ornaments for drawing with animal motifs include schematic images of bears, deer, fallow deer, hares, as well as birds: roosters, doves, doves, peacocks. Symbolic drawings of people are divided into male and female and often hint at the occupation, profession.And, of course, almost all ornaments for drawing differ according to nationality. Each nation and even small nationalities have their own – distinctive, associated with a unique culture and philosophical and aesthetic views.

Russian antiquity

In passing, we note that not every drawing is and is considered an ornament. One of the main requirements for it is the unity of the compositional elements and the presence of repetitive alternations in the scheme. The so-called movement of the picture is also important.For example, Russian ornaments are most often applied in a circle, clockwise, or, as they used to say in the old days, “in the sun”. Connoisseurs and connoisseurs of art not in vain consider them to be one of the most expressive manifestations of world fine culture. Russian ornaments were formed under the influence of the cultures of the West and East, the Caucasus. Borrowings were adapted and creatively reworked by artists in accordance with the Russian “soil”, national traditions dating back to paganism.Such drawings often served as amulets, were, as it were, magical protection from evil influences or evil forces. Or they reflected people’s understanding of the foundations of the universe. The decorative pattern was applied either entirely on the product, covering its entire area, or on some part, emphasizing the expressiveness of the thing.

Ancient geometry

Traditional among the ancient Slavs, descendants of today’s Russians, Ukrainians and Belarusians, was the same geometric ornament, sometimes reminiscent of complex pictograms.Especially often there was a stylized image of the sun, which the pagan Slavs worshiped. Often there was a swastika – full or partial, also considered a symbol of the sun, a brace. Later, geometry gave way to decorative weaving in drawings – it was also called magic or mimic. The rosette becomes one of the main elements of the decor. It is drawn with a different number of petals: four, six, eight, ten. And it personifies the same sun, which for the Slavs was the center of the universe.In later times, from about the 12th century, the ancient Russian geometric ornament was combined with a plant one. This can be seen especially clearly in the drawings that adorned handwritten books. So in the visual arts of the ancient Slavs, arabesques appear – under the influence of the cultures of the peoples of Asia and the East.

Drawing and myth

Some types of ornament in Russian decorative art have a mythological nature. First of all, these are plant and zoomorphic ones. This includes the image of the sacred tree of life (most often oak), on the branches of which birds are sitting, personifying the forces of nature.Sometimes a dragon snake was drawn next to them. According to ancient popular beliefs, she embodied lightning and patronized dwellings. In addition to the cult of the sun, the ancient Eastern Slavs had a widespread cult of fire. It is there that the roots of a tradition that has survived centuries are located. We are talking about two-headed birds that later entered the Russian state symbols. Few people know about this, but the types of ornament with this element go back to the pagan worship of the fire element and the spirits “responsible” for it. And one more bird was very often painted in decorative patterns.This is a duck, the personification of the World Duck, the progenitor of animals and birds. In ancient handwritten books, in chronicles in Russian ornament, we often find intertwining of grape vines, curls, a subtle drawing of the details of the flower’s calyx, veins on the leaves. Often, animals and plants were depicted in a mixed version, when the snake’s tail smoothly passed into the bends of the branches. Typically, a similar pattern adorned the capital letters in the annals.

Art of the East

What is a picturesque oriental ornament? Naturally, there is no uniformity in it, each region has its own traditions and differences.For example, arabesques. This type of pattern was widespread in the medieval eastern states and is translated as “Arabic”. It consisted of a complex interweaving of geometric and floral motifs, stylized flowers, leaves and curly stems. Often an elegant ligature was wedged into it – inscriptions made in Arabic script. The national ornament of the Persians usually included images of griffins and other fantastic creatures. Flowers and leaves, fruits were also present. And also fish, stylized in the form of rhombuses.The ornaments of the peoples of China and Japan consisted mainly of large-sized flowers with whimsically curved stems and leaves.

From the shores of Hellas

The Greek ornament is original and interesting in its own way. He came to Russia from Byzantium, with the spread of Christianity and the establishment of close cultural and political ties. The name of the ornament is meander, and it is a continuous broken line consisting of right angles. Like other ancient types of decor, the meander has an ambiguous symbolic interpretation.He personifies human destiny, life’s path, and straightness symbolizes a virtuous character. Upon closer examination, in some variants of the ornament, you can see the swastika. She, according to the Greeks, meant mystical grace, happiness. In addition, according to the philosophical views of the ancient Hellenes, the continuous meander line was equal to the sign of infinity, the change of times, generations, human genera. The old shrank and died, the young unwound and gained strength.


In addition to the aesthetic, drawing of an ornament is purely practical.This process develops the eye and memory, abstract thinking, observation, the ability to isolate the main thing and see small details. Forms the accuracy of movements, understanding of perspective, the role of compositional elements. And fosters a delicate artistic taste. Of course, we must not forget about the cognitive function. Studying the principles of building national ornaments, the graphic designer learns new things about the culture, worldview and life of the people, their beliefs and superstitions.

Tenderness, simplicity and elegance: patterns for crocheting | Italian greyhound-och.craftsman

Hello, my dear readers! Today I want to bring to your attention several models that I like with a fairly simple execution, some minimalism and at the same time tenderness and femininity.

Color solutions are very successful, in my opinion. Such whitened, pastel shades are selected (well, maybe, with the exception of the mustard version) – the eye rests and rejoices.

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These models are similar in style – they are without description, for inspiration. I think you can experiment with both the pattern and the color combination.

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Pea print | Julie Claire


A win-win classic polka dot print. Its distinctive feature is refined simplicity. Why are polka dot clothes always relevant? This simple yet original print gives the figure a feminine shape, creates a light and pretty look. If you are dreamy and romantic at heart, then such clothes will best reflect your personality.At the same time, small and large dots on the fabric look both ironic and elegant. One glance at such a fabric is enough to bring back pleasant memories of a carefree childhood.

The trends of the 50s of the last century, one of which is the “pea” print, will return to fashion shows again and again. Today, “peas” can be found on dresses of different lengths, shorts, raincoats, blouses, jackets, shoes and bags. Peas are appropriate at any age, and the varied size of peas makes it versatile for any figure and complexion.

Designers advise to pay attention to the retro style, it will perfectly fit into the evening look. An airy chiffon dress with large polka dots can be a perfect evening dress. The beige shade is combined with almost any color of shoes, with gold jewelry, pearls. Black and white drops on the fabric this season require bright accessories, it may well be a bright crimson, satin belt tied with a bow at the waist. Stylish sandals, a strict clutch, a small watch and hoop earrings are a good set for going to a restaurant.

Polka dot clothes can be a luxurious decoration in and of themselves. A black floor-length dress with white pearls along the entire length is a good evening outfit. Thin chiffon will add lightness to the figure, and satin will accentuate the curves of the body. A slit from the hip will add a touch of sexuality, and a flared skirt will add romance to the look. In such vestments, you will definitely not go unnoticed.

Black and gray peas with a metallic effect look very original in an evening setting; they will require restrained but expensive jewelry, preferably with diamonds, high styling or a hairstyle with fashionable weaving will successfully complement the image.A dress in polka dots with a fluffy skirt in the style of the 50s, in combination with bright color shoes, looks already more playful and fresh, and in an image with graceful black sandals and a classic reticule, a dress with polka dots in a corset type will look elegant and sophisticated. The peculiarity of the pattern is that it suits ladies of any age and status.

Print “polka dots” – the trend of the summer season.

Fusion in the interior: design features

Living room decoration

The fusion style in its time replaced traditional interior styles, limited by strict rules for the formation of space, has become a fresh trend and a breath of freedom.He supplanted modest and ascetic minimalism, as well as functional constructivism, being their complete opposite.

For this style, you can go beyond conventional boundaries to bring your creativity to life. At the same time, you can give free rein to imagination in combining textures, materials, decor, try to combine previously incongruous things, put fresh ideas into life and find a new reading for them.

Despite the obvious eclecticism, the fusion style in the interior of the kitchen, as well as in other rooms, always looks stylish and “tasty”.It cannot be compared to spontaneous boho or kitsch. Rather, fusion is a deliberate and strictly verified eclecticism.

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History of appearance

Interior style fusion

As it usually happens, new, controversial, breaking the established framework styles appear and appear in all creative directions almost simultaneously.

So fusion, formed in the 70-90s of the last century, has shown itself in many areas:

  • Since the 70s, jazz music has acquired various directions with ethnic motives.
  • Openness and plasticity became characteristic of the dance aesthetics: folk, oriental themes and movements of modern choreography “mixed into one cocktail” began to be guessed in the dances.
  • Fusion has shown itself in cinematography, and even in the culinary arts, when the preparation of traditional dishes was enriched by the addition of unusual seasonings and spices, and the presentation acquired a new decoration.

Cabinet design

The rapid penetration of style and its manifestation in all spheres of human activity, has led to the emergence of a large number of its adherents.The unification of continents and nationalities occurred due to the erosion of generally accepted boundaries, and the emergence of new points of view on many traditional things.

Brick wall in the interior of the living room

And if the fusion style in music showed itself already in the 70s, then in the interior it was formed by the end of the 20th century and was characterized by the appearance of materials, exotic decor, the spirit of freedom, liberation and openness to everything new …

Interior fusion

So what is fusion style? It was this definition that sounded in the 90s of the XX century.In English, “fusion” means – fusion, synthesis, fusion, therefore such a definition perfectly reflected the concept of a new style – a combination of incongruous.

For any interior – whether it be a house, a cafe or a hotel, it has become characteristic of a mixture of different styles, complementing them with decorative elements and furnishings typical for different nations of the world.

Living room decoration in an open-plan apartment

For example, in a classic bedroom interior, where a comfortable bed was placed against a background of white walls and a ceiling, with a window opening with classic curtains, you can find a futuristic chandelier, an Egyptian bust or a bright decorative element in the pop style -art.As a result of such experiments, furnishings that would never come to mind to combine with each other, unexpectedly find a new reading in such a neighborhood, becoming a single whole in one space.

The armchair of the original shape will support the accent red color in the interior

Textured wallpaper can be combined with the wood trim of the adjacent wall

Rules for creating a style

Stucco will emphasize a stylish designer chandelier

Now the fusion style is quite in demand by many designers, due to the fact that in the usual apartment, you can create a unique bohemian atmosphere that combines simplicity and various colors, textures and materials – at first glance incompatible concepts that can organically unite interior design in the fusion style.

Wallpaper on the ceiling in the bedroom with a floral print

Important! By combining all sorts of colors and patterns, you can set the tone for the entire space. However, it is a mistake to believe that there is no common sense, regularity and logic when creating the color scheme of this style. The color palette must be carefully chosen, checking every step in order to deliberately create an atmosphere of chaos.

To do this, you need to have a subtle instinct and taste, developed imagination and a sense of proportion.If you are not sure that you will be able to create such a style with your own hands, then it is better to turn to professionals.

The cost of a mistake is time and money. For those who want to take a chance, instructions and photos will be given below.

Fusion style living room interior

There are several principles that must be followed in the process of creating a fusion style interior:

  1. Harmony comes first – its presence must be guessed in everything;
  2. Contrast should be the main guideline when choosing colors and textures, decor and plants;
  3. Colors should not create psychological discomfort, feelings of anxiety, insecurity, depression;
  4. It is necessary to try to break the stereotypes of , go beyond the traditional and give every object in the interior a new sound.

An old wardrobe can take on a new life with a little imagination.

There is a certain sequence for creating this style in the interior, based on the presentation of the final result:

  1. First, the basic colors and their combinations are selected. In this case, preference should be given not to pastels, but to bright fresh tones. Contrast can appear in the form of black and white tandem or different shades of the same color. It is possible to create an unexpected combination, such as pink and salad flowers.White, gray and brown shades can be used as background tones for the decoration of the main surfaces – floor, walls and ceiling. Moreover, they can be used both independently and together in one space. Color accents are created using solid shades, patterns or paintings. Usually these are orange, blue, purple, blue, pink, red, green, light green, yellow.

The seating area by the fireplace divides the room into a dining area and a living room

  1. Fusion is rich in animal-themed patterns and prints, rhombuses, circles, squares and other geometric shapes, graceful patterns and ornaments;

Variety of prints and patterns on textiles in the living room interior

  1. Any furniture can be used.Old surfaces are covered with bright paint, painted, images are applied using the decoupage technique, upholstery and covers are renewed, or, on the contrary, the facades are aged, giving them a vintage look;

Fusion style in the interior of the kitchen

  1. The decor in the form of carpets, photographs in original frames, pillows, figurines, clocks play an important role in creating a special atmosphere of the interior. The only requirement is the uniqueness of such items;

Cool colors in the bedroom

It is necessary to ensure that textures can complement each other visually and by touch.So, if a material is used to decorate a wall that gives it volume, then it should also be rough tactilely.

When creating the texture of river pebbles, this is the material that should be used. And so that the wall depicting greenery looks like grass to the touch, you can use a relief plaster composition.

Pebbles on the wall in the bathroom create an interesting natural texture

Finishing of the main surfaces

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Finishing of the main surfaces is mainly done using natural materials such as:

  1. Wooden board or panels;
  2. Natural stone in the form of marble, sandstone, granite, slate, limestone;
  3. Ceramic tiles and mosaics;
  4. Glass and glass panels.

Along with this, modern technological materials are introduced into the interior, such as self-leveling floors with a 3D effect, volumetric plaster with a pattern, gilding, drapery of panels with fabrics.

Combination of wallpaper and brickwork in the hallway

Ceiling decoration

Modern suspended structure on the ceiling with built-in lighting

You can safely use any known methods for finishing the ceiling, but designers in most cases rely on the traditional white ceiling, smooth plastered surface which is painted with white paint.Against such a background, a designer chandelier of an original form will look especially impressive.

Contrasting design of the ceiling

But here, too, there is room for experimentation. For example, a ceiling can be combined with a roof structure in a private house and made of glass panels – this will not only provide a lot of natural light, but also give originality to the interior thanks to the striking visual effect of the open sky overhead.

Fusion bedroom decoration

Glossy, highly reflective stretch canvases, wood-panel or slat ceilings, and even a country-style surface with dark wood beams on a light background are appropriate for this style.

Painting on the ceiling

Modern ceiling decoration

Floor decoration


When choosing a floor covering, first of all, its practicality is taken into account in relation to the room for which purpose it will be used. For the living room, you can choose laminate, parquet or wood flooring.

Tiles or linoleum are used for the bathroom and kitchen. On the terrace, the floor is laid out with natural stone.

Smooth smooth ceiling with spotlights

If the floor is made of a plain material, put a bright path, carpet or skin on top.Or, on the contrary, you can make the floor covering in the form of a self-leveling floor with a pattern, artistic parquet or mosaic. In this case, it is not recommended to close it.

Wall decoration

Black walls look dynamic, and therefore very bold

When decorating walls in one room on adjacent surfaces, various techniques and materials can be used. You can combine brickwork with a smooth painted surface, mosaic inserts with wood panels, and white smooth plaster with bamboo wallpaper.Lasselsberger ceramic tiles can be used on the bathroom walls.

The warm color scheme of the bedroom can be diluted with the blue color of the additional furniture.

When decorating the walls, you can safely show your creative skills and express yourself. On the walls, you can use fabric drapery, paintings and reproductions of famous masters, posters, posters, comic book pages, mirrors, photographs.

The national color that enriches and complements it should run like a red thread through the adopted concept in the interior.


Fusion-style kitchen interior

show within the confines of the living space. Therefore, in addition to the main light source – more often it is a designer chandelier of an original form, spotlights are used to highlight individual decorative elements.

Fusion interiors look surreal thanks to well-organized lighting.

Tip. To create a mesmerizing atmosphere and give a little theatricality to the space, you can create a spotlight effect by installing several directional lamps in the floor area so that the light comes from below.

Additional lighting in the structure of the suspended ceiling

To create multi-level lighting in the interior, lighting devices of various modifications are used – these can be table lamps, double-sided sconces, spot and LED lighting, pendant lamps, spots, floor lamps, hidden halogen lighting.

A multi-level ceiling structure in bright colors will become the main accent.

The advantage of this style is that there is no need to select lighting fixtures so that they fit together as one collection. The configuration of the structures and the material are also not important. A variety of colors, textures and shapes are encouraged.

Organization of lighting in a room with a suspended ceiling


Monochrome textiles on windows can be safely combined with deep complex shades of furniture

There are no rules when choosing textiles – a combination of translucent and heavy textured fabrics, pillows of various types is possible in the bedroom or living room and shapes.Layering can manifest itself in a large number of different patterns, colors, textures, draperies.

Compliance with a single patterned line is not a law. Geometric or floral themes of textiles can be combined with national and ethnic motives.

Men’s bedroom in fusion style

The colorful unusual aesthetics of this style can be emphasized by smooth glossy surfaces in combination with textured textiles – canvas, linen, homespun rugs, velvet, artificial carpets in the form of animal skins.

For example, if the flooring is made of planks or laminates with a distinct wood grain, cowhide can be placed on top. The bed, on the other hand, can become the main accent of the bedroom, if you correctly use the play of patterns on fabrics, voluminous pillows and bedspreads.

Monochrome fusion-style bedroom decoration


Bright furniture in the living room

As in any eclectic style, fusion-style rooms do not need a selection of furniture sets.You can create a special setting with furniture from different collections and eras.

Fusion style furnishings

A table made of Art Nouveau glass can be placed next to the classic sofa, and the seating area near the fireplace can be organized using two chairs that are not similar in shape and color or an unusual sofa.

Style in fusion interior

In the kitchen, when organizing the dining area around the table, chairs of different shape, color and texture are placed with one common detail – for example, chrome legs, leather inserts or with the same upholstery print.

Chairs in the dining area differ in shape and color, but all have chrome legs

Important! Since the symbol of the fusion style is freedom in everything, the space should not be cluttered with unnecessary furnishings.


Interior of an apartment in fusion style

Interior decor in fusion style should be selected in accordance with personal preferences, taste, orientation towards self-expression through certain objects.

Colorful decorative elements in the white bedroom

The wall can be decorated with reproductions of your favorite works of art, photographs of idols or memorable pictures from your personal archive.

It is important to understand that imaginary permissiveness can play a cruel joke in the absence of a sense of proportion and taste. There is a fine line between creative unpretentious atmosphere and tasteless chaos.

In order not to slip into kitsch and stay within the chosen style, several rules must be taken into account:

  1. Furniture, decor, textiles should not overload the space . It is important to leave enough free space and provide quality lighting;
  2. Do not be afraid of shocking moves – any bold idea must be implemented without thinking about the opinions of others, if it seems justified and appropriate;
  3. When mixing eras, styles and materials, it is necessary to feel the line , which runs between high art and banal ignorance.

Features of the manifestation of style in individual rooms

A velor sofa against a background of wood paneling in the living room is a sign of a fusion-style atmosphere

Fusion seems to be universal and free, but when decorating the interior of each individual room there are some nuances that should be considered:

Purpose of the room Illustration
When decorating a living room, you can show your creativity and imagination to the fullest.It is worth immediately abandoning gray, neutral and restrained color palettes.

The living room is a common room, guests are welcomed in it, family events are held and, if it is decided to decorate it in the fusion style, then you should not restrain yourself – a riot of colors, bright, unexpected contrasts and combinations of styles, eras and ethnic groups – all this will be remembered by friends for a long time …

A special atmosphere in the interior is created by decorative elements – sofa cushions, statuettes of different styles, the latest equipment against the background of furniture with a clearly ethnic bias in the design of the exterior.

The role of lighting was mentioned earlier. It is in the living room that it should be multi-level so that, if necessary, you can create the desired atmosphere.

The peculiarity of the fusion style lies not only in the variety of textures and their harmonious combination, but also in their tactile perception – they should be as pleasant to the touch as their appearance.

Living room

When decorating a kitchen, it is not possible to use complex textures and fabrics, because this is a room with a high level of humidity and pollution.But this does not mean that fusion is not appropriate here – it is enough to combine the water space with elements of a loft, chalet, French and African styles with elements of industrial and high-tech trends.

You can harmoniously combine the ultra-modern hob on rustic wooden furniture, and the chrome surface of the refrigerator against a brick wall.


When decorating a children’s room in this style, you must adhere to the basic general rules, with the exception of those concerning the choice of colors.Swelling in this case should be bright, clean, light, evoking positive emotions and not acting excitingly.

The chosen storyline, the signs of which will appear in various elements, can become a benchmark in the creation of a children’s interior. So, as a basis, you can take a drawing on the body of a zebra, then in the interior you can use images of this animal on photo wallpapers or posters, in the form of figurines and furniture upholstery or a rug by the bed, a lamp shade.

Children’s room

In the bathroom it is necessary to create an atmosphere conducive to rest and peace.For this, the fusion style can combine modern, minimalism, ethnic trends and signs of country styles in one space.

The basic rule when decorating a fusion bathroom is that there should be one bright accent against the background of the general restrained color scheme. This is due to the limitation of free space, where a large number of bright details will turn a small room into a cramped closet.

To create a cozy fusion atmosphere, it is enough to use smooth shapes in combination with ornate patterns against a background of restrained tonality in the finishing of the main surfaces.


The hallway in the house is his calling card and if it is decorated in the fusion style, then a free creative atmosphere meets right from the doorway. You should not use too bright elements, it is enough to combine classics with ethnicity, diluting clear laconic forms with elements characteristic of pristine nature.

For this, you can use unusual lamps, wallpaper, plants of different origins.

Entrance hall

Particular attention in the selection of all elements of the fusion style should be paid when decorating the bedroom.This style can be quite expressive, but the bedroom is still a place for relaxation and rejuvenation.

If you give preference to light, calm tones and shades, soft, pleasant textures, then fusion can be cozy and relaxing.

It is recommended to pay attention to the combination of ethnic style and retro, with a certain amount of minimalism, so that the bedroom is not overloaded with unnecessary details.


The video in this article will tell you how to create a fusion-style interior correctly.

Uzbekistan – a country of ancient high culture

Uzbekistan – a country of ancient high culture, which gave the world fine examples of architecture. In the descriptions by eastern authors of the construction of ancient cities (Bukhara, Samarkand, Khiva, etc.), palaces of rulers, dwellings of the nobility, markets, mosques, madrasahs, mausoleums, country palaces buried in the green of gardens are mentioned. An example of an original country estate of the 1st-10th centuries. Kyrk-Kyz in Termez. The Samanid mausoleum in Bukhara, a monument of monumental architecture, which embodied the best achievements of architectural creativity of the early Middle Ages, has survived to this day.

In the XI-XII centuries, the rapid growth of Samarkand takes place. Intensive construction of residential buildings, civil and religious buildings was carried out. The growth of cities, an increase in the urban population, the expansion of domestic and international trade caused the construction of numerous caravanserais along the caravan roads. The Rabat-i-Malik caravanserai has been preserved near the modern city of Navoi. It was a large building of this type – an inn that could receive and feed several caravans at the same time.

Among the religious buildings there are numerous mosques: the main cathedral city (juma mosque), suburban (namazgokh) and intra-quarter (guzar), madrasah and mausoleums. The simplicity of the architectural concept and the grandeur of its embodiment distinguish the mausoleum of Khakim at-Termezi. Many mausoleums are characterized by a geometric pattern, which is distinguished by a great variety and richness, figured brickwork, terracotta slabs with rich ornamental carvings, etc. were used.

For almost a century, starting from the XIII century, Central Asia was conquered by the hordes of Genghis Khan.Only in the first half of the XIV century. a gradual revival of destroyed cities and villages began, which contributed to the rise of architectural and construction activities. The architecture of the Temurid city is a visible embodiment of its social life: fortress strongholds are an expression of state power, palaces are the splendor of those in power, religious buildings of Islam are the triumphs of Muslim ideology, market buildings are the role of craft and trade, and the dense residential buildings of the neighborhoods are flesh and the blood of the very life of a complex urban organism.The flourishing of the urban planning culture of Central Asia continued throughout the entire 10th century, especially during the reign of the famous Ulugbek, the grandson of Amir Temur.

Among the most significant buildings created under Amir Temur and Ulugbek are the Dorus-Siadat family tomb of the Temurids and the Ak-Saray palace in Shakhrisabz, the Bibi Khanum mosque, Gur Emir and most of the buildings of Shahi-Zinda, Ulugbek madrasah in Samarkand. In the era of the Temurids, gardening and park art developed greatly, in which green spaces, water and architecture were organically combined.In the XVI-XVIII centuries. architectural and construction activities were concentrated in large cities – Bukhara, Samarkand, Karman, Tashkent, etc. The types of residential buildings, palaces, markets and caravanserais, etc. were further developed.

Well-preserved ensembles of Central Asian architecture of the 16th-15th centuries gained world fame: Registan in Samarkand, the Kalyan square ensemble with the Kalyan and Lyabi Hauz minarets, Kosh madrasah, Ulugbek and Abdulazizkhan madrasahs in Bukhara, etc. In the middle of the 18th century. Khiva became a kind of city-reserve, where architectural sights of this period were concentrated.Among the architectural monuments of this city are the Tashkhauli palace (1830-38), the Muhammad Aminkhan madrasah (1851-55), the Kaltaminor minaret (1855).

The architecture of the Uzbek national dwelling of the 19th – early 20th century is interesting. XX centuries. It embodied the centuries-old experience of the people, developed in difficult natural and climatic conditions and reflecting the local characteristics of individual regions and cities of the republic. Thus, the Bukhara residential building, located in the crowded, deprived of greenery, central areas of the city, has a closed character, isolated from street noise and dust.Its living rooms are located around a paved courtyard, in which there is a microclimate and even in the heat it is cool.For Fergana houses, sliding walls and shutters, decorative wall niches, ganch carving, ceiling paintings, etc. were characteristic. Folk craftsmen from generation to generation carefully passed on their knowledge and experience.

In the second half of the XIX century. the principles of European regular urban planning began to be introduced into the architecture of Uzbekistan, new types of buildings appeared – banks, schools, gymnasiums, schools, department stores, etc. They were built mainly from fired bricks with thick walls and buttresses, which made it resistant to earthquakes.The architecture was eclectic in most cases.

In modern Uzbekistan, monuments of material culture have been preserved for more than 40 centuries. Its own restoration school has been formed, certain principles and traditions have developed, methods of conservation, engineering strengthening, restoration of monuments and improvement of the adjacent territory. In the design and construction, the use of motives of the monumental architectural heritage (pointed arches, eastern portals, domes) is noticeable.

Historical cities such as Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva have been significantly reconstructed. The unique architectural monuments of these ancient cities are world famous. With the acquisition of independence, new preconditions have been created in the republic for the development of national architecture and urban development. Entering the world community led to the development of new urban planning trends in the modernization of roads, markets, and the construction of sports complexes. The restoration of architectural monuments in historical cities has become an important act of state policy.

Tempered glass apron for the kitchen in Yekaterinburg, skinali

The company “Mirror and Glass” offers to buy a glass apron for kitchen. In Yekaterinburg, such elements are in demand, as well as in other localities. This can be explained simply: skinny for the kitchen is not just useful accessory that protects the wall from all kinds of dirt and flying oil and water spray, but also a full-fledged decorative element that can transform premises.

Good offer

If you live in Yekaterinburg, then buy glass backsplash for the kitchen having the most preferred image, it will not be difficult, because we do not limit our customers in the choice of design.

If the pictures from our photo bank do not suit you, then you can always offer your own version, since there are resources where catalogs presented images for skins on any topic.For example, this: or

We do not care about the source of receipt images, because for us it is important to have the technical ability to transferring it to glass. That is, the picture must be suitable for print quality, and this is the only condition for those who want to order a tempered glass kitchen apron.

About the advantages of skinale

Buy an apron for the kitchen in Yekaterinburg will not be difficult, especially when subject to contacting our company.We are engaged in the production of products in in accordance with the preferences of the customer, and we conduct a loyal pricing policy for attitude towards their customers.

This means that the final price of an apron for the kitchen from tempered glass will delight you. It is already worth ordering such a product because:

  1. Kitchen aprons for the kitchen on the wall have the minimum number of joints, which cannot be said about the tile. When availability of technical capability, the canvas can be continuous.
  2. Simplicity in operation and care. To clean the surface, it is allowed use any household cleaning products, except for those containing abrasive particles enter.
  3. Image catalog for kitchen skinned shines with variety, therefore, you can choose the optimal picture – in according to personal preferences and the available interior.
  4. Tempered glass is a heat-resistant and very durable material, which means that the panel can be mounted in close proximity to the plate.Also, it is not afraid dampness and cannot fall prey to mold and mildew.
  5. B glass apron for kitchen, you can mount an electrical outlet, only a hole for it must be drilled out in a professional workshop.

Prices on aprons for the kitchen in Yekaterinburg are about the same, which is explained by the high competition in this area, but with us such a purchase will cost a little less. You you can also buy a finished product, but the item is custom made, most preferable for a number of criteria.

And if you want to see yourself in the kitchen, an exclusive tempered glass apron in all respects, please contact with us in any convenient way.

Russian Fashion Week, day one. Classic, Grunge and Empire of Dirt

An excursion into the 15th century, a live grunge concert, an interesting show by an American designer dedicated to dirt and much more included the first day of RFW.


A noticeable increase in emphasis in recent seasons on accessories – hats and stockings with tights – found its continuation this season in the collection presented by Vyacheslav Zaitsev.Bright red hats by Tatyana Semendyaeva from “Grimoire”, reminiscent of Roman helmets, and stockings with checkered black and white patterns made by long-term partners have become a bright addition to all outlets.

In men’s models, Zaitsev’s usual emphasis on gold and bronze threads was shifted in favor of radical summer combinations like red with green, red and white on a glossy silk texture.

Lyudmila Norsoyan

Turning to the story of the Virgin of Orleans, who once gathered her armor from the world on a string, Lyudmila Norsoyan remained in a well-known fabric and tonal environment.Black wool, brown cotton, warmed copper silk – ruled the show in the Jeanne d’Arc collection. The apparent simplicity of the models, transparent on the verge of airiness, was balanced by materials that were difficult to work with.

Well, as the ultimate goal of the collection, Norsoyan was able to discern the sprouts of femininity, peeping out from under the rough peasant dress of the 15th century, either in the form of a hood trim, or in the form of structural shoulders, or in the form of an openwork trim of draperies on a dress. In other words, according to Norsoyan’s vision, a woman should remain a woman both in war and on the way to her own execution.

Lizaveta Pankratova

Short and narrow women’s dresses, in the work on which Elizaveta Pankratova has been a recognized virtuoso for several years, have also become hyperdynamic in the spring-summer 2010 season. Complementing the correct shapes of her dresses with aggressive decorations, which gave the bows sometimes incredible geometry, Pankratova took the movement itself into service. Her draperies and puffs, like little satin auras, fluttered around the models, giving them a sharp and – to be honest – a little aggressive look.

Combining the show with a live rock concert from covers of proven hits, Pankratova gave it even more dynamics, literally breaking the speed of sound with her bright colors.

Anastasia Z
In pursuit of the three-dimensionality so popular among modern artists, Anastasia Zheleznova chose a trapezoid as the basic element of her cut, which could be easily felt with the eyes on the vast majority of her bows.

Spaghetti straps that, taking advantage of the sweet 3D freedom, allowed themselves to appear in the most unexpected places and in different variations.According to Zheleznova’s idea, they received the first batch in her bows, along with decorative zippers, accented sleeves and prints in the spirit of abstract art on a white background.

Dasha Gauser

One of the most controversial statements in the current discussions about the introduction of school uniforms is the uniform of teachers. Many of the parents believe that if the law requires students to wear uniforms, then teachers should have their own uniforms. So when it comes to the form of geometry teachers, only Dasha Gauser should develop an order for it.Moreover, her cut is so geometric that when teachers start wearing her dresses, the need for geometry textbooks will disappear.

Although Gauser’s overall stylistic vision is unlikely to ever change dramatically, and in a crowd any dress can be easily identified, the 2010 collection showed that her small in-house R&D department does not relax for a second. The pleated ornaments-fans, which are constantly present in her clothes, are becoming more and more complex in execution every year.This time, the fans expanded to small suns and circles diverging from them, and some of them turned out to be so high as to serve as a kind of one-sided collars.

Masha Kravtsova

In her fifth collection (and the first, the premiere of which took place in Milan), Masha Kravtsova showed her vision of a woman in a dress with a rigid frame that allows her to do any experiments with the geometry of the bow.

Dresses with a frame – this is a stage through which most of the world’s designers go, but not all frame dresses turn out to be as touchingly warm as it happened in collection No. 5 (Kravtsova traditionally does not give names to her works).Another element that largely determined the breath of the show was the shoes on wooden blocks, first developed by Kravtsova herself.

Erin Wasson x RVCA (USA)

The breath of true American fashion professionalism hovered over the World Trade Center during the Erin Wasson show. During the several dozen hours that she spent in Moscow, Wasson managed to win the sympathy, it seems, of absolutely everyone with whom she happened to come across here: from buyers who had already taken care that her collection could be bought in Russia, to participating models her show, with which Wasson has been helped by her own modeling background.

Sinking her designs into the sun-drenched desert, Wasson has made the most of denim aesthetics, fabric with tiny, ornamental cutouts and short jumpsuits with shorts. It is much easier to make clothes for going out than clothes for life, just as it is easier to work with bright colors than with flesh colors. Wasson was not afraid to choose the second option – she was inspired by her dog for the palette of the designer’s collection – and received as a reward not only a full hall of new fans, but also a new sales market.


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