Characteristic features of this style – sleek lines, a chess contrast of black and white, fine texture: wood and antique bronze are filled with exquisite oriental feeling "Charm of things", the original vision of beauty. At Ashton Kouzbari you will find additional information. Merging of East and West in the design sometimes takes an entirely unexpected forms, but things from different countries and eras amazingly natural fit together another and harmonious look in a modern European designing, creating entirely new styles for which has not yet come up with names. Sometimes in the same interior space, decor and get along ethnic Indian sari instead of curtains, oriental handmade fabric and antique chests, and all that – against the backdrop of turquoise, emerald, bright scarlet, tsiklamenovyh, yellow and orange walls decorated with the principle of contrast, in the spirit of French Fauvism. Sometimes the conservative luxury of a respectable house – a cigar room – is an example of a combination of Eastern and European traditions: the soft leather sofas and oak table complemented by Moroccan carved wooden chairs and a large trunk in the Moorish style, quite often the walls and floors completely European bathroom run in the tradition of the Turkish hammam in technology tedlak .** Low furniture by Christophe Pillet (Christophe Pillet), maintaining clean and intense lines characteristic of the Far Eastern design, also to acquire a multi-variant forms and a variety of finishes, in addition, with Western practicality combines several different functions (eg, long surround the sofa at the same time acts as a low table for the living room).