About Luna Tarz

ABOUT US

“Luna is a company that designs boutique furniture and personal living areas and aims to provide fast and dynamic solutions by understanding the demands of its customers and to provide high living standards with its experience.

In order to create living spaces, we know to give the colors and texture of nature with fine and elegant touches without losing its essence and thus we always managed to produce new and friendly places.

The desire to create living and intimate places ,which is our vision, has always created a bond with the owner and the products.

As a result, Luna Tarz always believed in reflecting the colours, the maturity of the experience and the intimacy of the nature to the places and furnitures while being in common sharing with you..”

About Luna Tarz

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Modern

Modern interior design has been popular in homes, offices and public spaces for decades. While not suitable for everyone’s tastes, modern design can be a strong selling point for a home, with buyers likely to appreciate the clean lines and simplicity that help define modern design as a major aesthetic style.

 

What Exactly is Boho Design?

A melting pot of colour, texture and pattern. Boho style is one of those styles that blends into different cultures and different times. Hailing from the central-eastern European ancient bohemia – bohemian style applied to people who lived unconvention allives, richly artistic and nomadic. This travelling gypsy ideal meant that many elements of style and culture were amalgamated into an eclectic mix of styles. Bohemian style had a massive resurgence in the 60s  and 70s, with key features of what we call retro or boho-chic today.

 

Neoclassical

The neoclassical style is about elegance and sophistication. This style is more modest and muted than the conspicuous display of wealth that the Rococo era of the late 1700s exuded. The elegant lines and the concept of luxury are less gauche than the more conspicuous predecessor. The English architect Robert Adam was instrumental in taking various elements of Western architecture and interpreting these different cultures into a new style with Roman and Greek architecture at the forefront of the inspiration. In the modern day Neoclassical interiors have become well loved fortheir timeless elegance.

Provence

Provence style in interior designor “French Country”, as it also called, is a unique opportunity to plunge into the atmosphere of ease and comfort, feel the lightness of the environment, fill your life with harmony and peace. Provence design is very popular today, and its chosen by people, who are tired of ostentatious luxury, who wants to bring to the interior romantic atmosphere of rural life, and, finally, by dainty souls.

Avant-Garde

Avant-Garde is a bright, bold style that breaks with traditional and routine thinking. It has become a symbol of the youth revolution aspirations in the early 20th century. At the same time, avant-garde was a kind of a cultural and aesthetic challenge which had a purpose to create new art. Avant-Garde operates pure colors: white, black, red, yellow and green. Even several contrasting colors can be used in the same room, and it will highlight the dynamics and expression. More over, the contrast can occur not only between the walls, floor, and ceiling, but even in the colors of the walls decoration. The latest finishing materials were used for the interior decoration in the Avant-Garde style. For example, fiberglass, decorative plaster, metallic color wallpaper, rubbing compounds, laminated covers, etc.

Loft

Loft is a name of an abandoned factory or another industrial building converted into a dwelling. Loft is an American style, which originated in factory buildings, warehouses and workshops. The idea of using of such abandoned manufactories as living and working quarters appeared in the 40th in the manufacturing district of Manhattan. At that time land prices in the city center went up and industrial enterprises were removed to the outskirts. Those vacated spaces were willingly occupied by art people who were attracted by the functional characteristics of dwellings (high ceilings, nice lightning). Lofts rose from the workshops to the stylish rooms and became really popular in the 1950s. All the New-York’s aristocracy concentrated there. Many painters opened theirgalleries and studious in such lofts. Andy Warhol’s “Fabric” was a good textbook example. A short time later, that origina dwelling got the elite status.

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