North African Mediterranean style

The North African Mediterranean decoration style generally chooses soft colors that are close to nature, pay attention to space collocation in the combination design, make full use of every inch of space, and does not appear cramped, without losing the atmosphere, liberating the open free space; integrating decoration and application, Avoid trivialities in the combination of cabinet doors and other combinations, which are generous and natural, making people always feel the ancient and noble pastoral atmosphere and cultural taste emitted by Mediterranean-style furniture; its unique Roman column-like decorative lines are simple and lively, revealing the ancient Of civilization.

The lines of the Mediterranean architecture in North Africa are simple and rounded, giving people the feeling of returning to the original and unique. Porticos, arches and hollows are the three most common elements in Mediterranean architecture: long corridors that extend to the end and then Vertical turning; semi-circular tall arches, or several connections or vertical junctions; the wall surface is cut through or half through to form a hollow view. There is little rain all year round, the sun is shining, and the demand for shade has shaped the semi-outdoor corridor; the abundance of limestone creates the stretch of gray and white hand-painted walls; the color of the blue sky and blue sea infects the tiled windows and doors outside the white walls A blue landscape; the prevalence of handcrafted arts provides hotbeds for decoration such as cast iron, ceramic tiles, mosaics, weaving, etc. All of these are elements of the Mediterranean. The reddish brown and earthy yellow of the deserts and rocks of North Africa, under the sufficient light of the Mediterranean Sea, are simple but bright, bold and rich, presenting the most colorful side, and also constitute the three most typical color combinations in the Mediterranean style: blue and white , Golden and blue-purple, earthy yellow and reddish brown. The Mediterranean style itself represents an extremely casual lifestyle, and those slightly mysterious buildings are indeed desirable.

North African Mediterranean style design. Earth-like vastness. In North African Mediterranean cities, you can see the reddish-brown and earthy yellows of deserts and rocks everywhere, as well as entwined green vines, open grasslands, refined trees, or on the ground, on the walls, Wooden fence. Under the abundant light of the Mediterranean, it is simple but bright, bold and rich, presenting the most splendid aspect of ancient culture. Earthy yellow and reddish brown: This is the natural landscape color of deserts, rocks, mud, sand and so on unique to North Africa, supplemented by the crimson and indigo of the North African native plants, plus brass, bringing a sense of vastness like the land. Natural soft colors The North African Mediterranean decoration style generally chooses soft colors that are close to nature. Pay attention to space collocation in the combination design, make full use of every inch of space, and do not appear cramped or lose the atmosphere, liberating the open free space; integrating decoration and It is applied in one, avoiding trivialities in the combination and matching of cabinets and doors, and looks generous and natural, which makes people feel the ancient and noble pastoral atmosphere and cultural taste emitted by Mediterranean style furniture; its unique Roman column-like decorative lines are simple and bright , Exuding the breath of ancient civilization. Obvious regional characteristics. North Africa has little rain all year round and the sun is shining; the abundance of limestone; the blue sky and the blue sea; the prevalence of handmade art. These regional characteristics have no profound influence on the formation of the Mediterranean style in North Africa, and the Mediterranean style architecture has appeared in various forms . But no matter how the form changes, the melting sun, warmth and wind on the Mediterranean coast make it have the same architectural language and symbolic elements.

1. The result of inadvertent smearing and finishing of white walls also forms a special irregular surface. After constructing the basic spatial form, the Mediterranean-style decoration techniques also have very distinctive features. As far as possible, use wooden furniture with low chroma, simple lines and rounded edges. The ground is covered with terracotta or slate.  2. Mosaic inlays and collages are considered more ornate decorations in the Mediterranean style. It mainly uses materials such as pebbles, tiles, shellfish, glass sheets, glass beads, etc., and then creatively combines them after cutting.  3. Indoors, curtains, tablecloths, sofa covers, lampshades, etc. are mainly made of low chroma tones and cotton fabrics. The simple and elegant small pinstripe grid pattern is the main style.   4. Unique forged iron furniture is also a unique aesthetic product of Mediterranean style. At the same time, Mediterranean-style homes should also pay attention to greening. Climbing plants are common home plants, and small and cute green potted plants are often seen.  North Africa-Mediterranean style space characteristics  Rough lines are the basis of the structural form, so it is a very important design element in the home. The Mediterranean coast does not go straight to the lines of houses or furniture, and appears more natural. Therefore, both furniture and buildings form a unique round shape. North African Mediterranean style colors use earthy yellow and reddish brown: this is the natural landscape color of deserts, rocks, mud, sand and so on unique to North Africa, supplemented by the crimson and indigo of the North African native plants, plus brass, bringing a kind of earthy Feeling of vastness.

The North African Mediterranean decoration style generally chooses soft colors that are close to nature. Pay attention to space collocation in the combination design, make full use of every inch of space, and does not appear cramped, without losing the atmosphere, liberating the open free space; integrating decoration and application, Avoid trivial combinations in cabinet doors and other combinations, look generous and natural, and make people always feel the ancient and noble pastoral atmosphere and cultural taste emanating from Mediterranean-style furniture; its unique Roman column-like decorative lines are simple and lively, revealing the ancient Of civilization. The Mediterranean style of North Africa originated from North Africa with little rain all year round and the bright sun; the abundance of limestone; the blue sky and the blue sea; the prevalence of handmade art. These regional characteristics have no profound influence on the formation of the Mediterranean style in North Africa, and the Mediterranean style architecture has appeared in a variety of ways. form. But no matter how the form changes, the melting sun, warmth and wind on the Mediterranean coast make it have the same architectural language and symbolic elements. In the Mediterranean cities of North Africa, the reddish brown and earthy yellow of deserts and rocks can be seen everywhere, as well as entwined green vines, open grasslands, refined trees, or on the ground, walls, and wooden fences. Under the abundant light of the Mediterranean, it is simple but bright, bold and rich, presenting the most splendid aspect of ancient culture.