Wood interior ideas for home

If you've built your home and are wondering what finishing touch you can give it, it's time to think about our wood interior design ideas for your home. Wood adds warmth and softens color contrast to your home. Wood décor is also critical to creating unique rooms, giving them a rustic or classic feel.

Over time, wood has become one of the natural materials used by humans. Wood is used in many ways, such as lighting fixtures, beautiful decorative accessories, and wood furniture. These design ideas have found application in home interiors around the world.

Wood architecture is one of the best options for wood decor in your home. Modern interior design trends bring your home closer to nature, such as the use of decorative accessories made from branches and logs. An excellent example of a manufacturer of this type of finish is LesoBirzha.

You may decide to use wood decor and images for interior design in this modern era because they are also very striking. Let's not forget about trees, because they inspire too. You can use tree branches and logs to add flavor to your home.

If you mix wood decor with images of trees, logs and branches in your modern interior design, you create a natural feel that is unique, stylish and inviting.

How to add mods to your interior.


Do you need a headboard to give your bedroom a rustic look? You can do this using any material, including an old barn door, but you are advised to use pallet boards and old barn wood to give the rustic flair you want.

Cabinet handles

Twine is cheap and you can use it to update the look of your cabinets by wrapping it around the handles. The twine will transform your kitchen into sparkling beauty and amaze you, these are the simplest projects. For this project, you only need ropes, paint and glue, and your cabinet handles will look the most aesthetically pleasing.

Wood cornice making Interior decoration House design ideas

Old and used pallets are easy to find and you can do a lot with them, like making pallet shelves. For this project, you only need three hours per shelf. Add a few accessories to your work and you can paint it in different colors of your choice.

Kamyshlov inventors.


On February 8, the Day of Russian Science, the year of science and technology officially started in our country. Of course, Kamyshlov is far enough from great discoveries and high technologies, there are no branches of the Academy of Sciences or research institutes in our town. But there were and are people with golden hands and bright heads, real inventors. There are also those who, having been born in Kamyshlov, took a step into big science. And now is the time to talk about them.

Reflections on which Kamyshlov enterprise had many of its own, albeit local, discoveries, led us to ETZ. The production of relay cabinets, relays and other components requires a huge amount of equipment. It happens that a separate machine is needed to manufacture a tiny part, many of them are unique, non-standard and were developed and assembled at an electrical plant.

“We never used the big word“ invention ”on what we were developing, because we thought that inventions were something great,” he began. - But the scientific and technological revolution (STR) at our plant began when I was. The head of the plant was then Stepan Aleksandrovich Naumkin, and the first small-sized relays began to be developed and put into production under him. And he started from scratch, when no one thought about them yet ...

Khasan Khusainovich then worked in the factory bureau of automation and mechanization of production under the leadership of Georgy Vasilyevich Kachusov.

- He was so inventive, - my interlocutor continues the story, - that at one time he was even invited to the design bureau of Sergei Pavlovich Korolev. Our chief designer was Gennady Fedorovich Moshkin, the designer of non-standard equipment was Evgeny Mikhailovich Sofronov. One of the directions in the early 1980s was the introduction of powder coating for SHRU cabinets. In workshop No. 1, a huge complex was installed for degreasing cabinets and parts before painting with subsequent transfer along a conveyor line to painting posts. All the documentation for him was developed at the factory and collected here.

Such a unit was designed to work with large products, and for degreasing small parts it was designed the same, only in miniature, this was the work of Khasan Kurkataev himself. And after that, non-standard equipment began to be introduced at the plant, mainly at the section for assembling relay parts. The developers were G. Kachusov, V. Belozertsev, E. Sofronov, A. Vlasov, E. Pakhomov, V. Smakotin, V. Trenogin and others. According to H. Kurkataev, all the equipment created was at the level of inventions, and to my question, what is its peculiarity, A. Laptev answered like this:

- Non-standard equipment made it possible to manufacture specific parts for the relay. In reality, neither in our country nor in the world has anyone else produced this equipment. We had to create our own, and today it continues to work successfully. These people laid the foundation for today's technology. Their followers came, who support the created technique in working order. But, unfortunately, we cannot come up with a better idea yet.

- People's creative thought worked well then, - Hasan Khusainovich continues. - For example, they began to weld the roof of the cabinets to the sidewalls - this is G.'s invention. Kachusova and E. Sofronov. I remember when S. Naumkin gave the assignment to introduce such contact welding, I was sent to exchange experience in Gomel, to the plant where the thermal booths were made. There I exchanged for a bottle of Coca-Cola for a real, albeit non-working "gun" for resistance welding, and part of the drawings. I returned home, and we drew a similar one, collected and implemented at home. The first thing that was cooked with this "pistol" was the draining of water on the SIW cabinets. Evgeny Mikhailovich still said then: it is not worth doing this "wet" business. It is always difficult with water, but what to do, we have to - and have developed. Many helped them, but the main heads in this were - Kachusov and Sofronov. Just look, 30 years have passed, and this technology is still used today!

And another colleague was remembered in his story by Hasan Khusainovich - Vladimir Petrovich Lukerchik. Then, in the mid-1980s, he invented and designed something that a few years later they will begin to implement at the plant:

- He himself, without telling anyone, came up with an improvement in the signaling system, and we found out about it by accident. When he came to work with us, he brought with him a large old chest. And he always stood in his office. And when he was gone, this chest was opened, and there was full of drawings, the very ones that he drew and designed.

As I was going the other day, let us dwell in detail on the cornerstone aspect of the existence of any state - the army. Preferably regular. This concept is not an abstract term, it is at this point that unbelievers always strive to pinch Thomas, who deny the very essence of the existence of the Empires of the Scythians, Sarmatians, Huns, ... Mongols.

To give a lethal argument from the history of sedentary civilizations: in peacetime, the size of the army should not exceed one percent of the total population. I absolutely agree, since no economy can take out such an elephant. I am ready to go further, four or five hundred years ago, this ratio was even less. One full-fledged pro on a war horse was equipped for a campaign with dozens, if not hundreds of hardworking "servos".

If you wander into the Great Steppe with such a line, it will come out ... nomadic communities cannot have professional military at all. This is how society works. It is not profitable to keep slaves, there is nothing to “fix” serfs, there are no cities, material and technical base too, blah-blah-blah.

Okay. And how did it happen then that, armed with a bow and an inferior saber, a Hun or a Mongol put half of Eurasia in the pose of a working Egyptian? Or is it the notions of eccentric ancient and medieval historians? No, archeology doesn't seem to be lying. The nomads are shod, dressed, booked to the very eyebrows, the weapon is not made of meteorite iron. They could not crush them with numbers, the food supply and climatic conditions of Central Asia would categorically object. Shepherds' muliennes never lived there, sedentary civilizations were always higher in number. So how, Karl?

Although I have my own view of this phenomenon, I will be balanced, I will give an argument of a different kind. Denying the concept of a stable military culture among the nomads. Of course, the ability to fight (to win and survive) is a large set of skills and abilities, and not going to a "historical fencing" club on weekends. Not everyone knows how to own a cold weapon and a horse (at the same time). You can't learn everyone, it's checked. Especially an adult kid.

Both in ancient times and in modern times, the winners are those who are most developed in terms of the general level of culture and economy. The "recruiting depots" and the reserve battalions of Germany and Russia worked with different productivity and speed, releasing a conditionally combat-ready soldier into circulation. References to the fact that many centuries ago there were only edged weapons, military initial training could be compensated by the numerical superiority of the "crowd" - beyond any criticism. Boadica, with her enraged tens of thousands of Saxons, against an incomplete Roman legion ... hundreds of other examples. Though artistic and historical, even archaeological. Quality is always bloodthirsty - a little manageable quantity, law, sir.

First negation marker. The hard life of a herder-herder implies only the art of horse riding, average possession of a hunting bow, a lasso. A counter question: are all nomads - pastoralists, how many of them are needed ... let's say one tribal clan in several hundred families? The answer is a little. But remember, it will suddenly come in handy.

The second concept is inseparable from the "warrior" and the army. Supply and resources. Sedentary societies have documented that a society must be very rich in order to maintain troops and conduct long-term hostilities. “The army is crawling on its belly,” “For war, threefold“ money ”are needed, etc. — these are axioms.

This principle did not apply to nomads, critics are surprised. The hordes do not need to be supplied, provided on the campaign. Weapons, armor, clothes, horseshoes, harness, grubs and many other things fell on the nomad from the sky, grew on the oncoming trees - the "overthrowers" are talented. Their main strategic move is a thousand-verst march across half the continent. Non-stop. Oh yeah ... with captured Chinese stone throwers and enslaved engineers.

Let's add the bewilderment that set the teeth on edge: about the quality of weapons, their availability and quantity, the selection of war horses, the ability to walk in step and in formation. Multi-layered chain mail, heavy bows, Damascus blades, hardened "armor-piercing" chisels of arrows, broadswords and iron armor of horses ... Then where did the wild nomad come from? Natrofelili? And this happened, but this is not the way to arm the Horde. Especially in the initial period of its inception.

Now for the answers

will grope. With the trump cards, you can go right away. But what if ... The nomads of the Great Steppe have created a more perfect system of cultural, technical and social adaptation to extreme conditions of the natural environment? An obvious marker. Who is more adapted to harsh survival: a nomadic Hun or an undernourished beggar child of an irrigation civilization? Who's head works better, how to get the necessary weapons, tools, food, all other benefits? Who is more correctly organized for joint actions: search for daily bread, trade, war?

The division of labor in the Steppe - please ask around the herding livestock breeders of our time. How many people are able to maintain huge herds of various animals. How much meat and skins do they need for their personal well-fed life? And how much goes into natural exchange, sale. I suspect that steppe cattle breeding (constantly or seasonally) freed up a lot of hands. Male, because women of nomads are still furies. Robots. For the conduct of any subsistence economy and in war, they often came in handy. A husband for them is often ... a burden.

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