This style of design is widely known to us by monuments of Ancient Greece and Rome, monuments of architecture, sculpture. And till now they evoke in us the admiration for their inimitable and finished beauty.

Colosseum, triumphal arches, columns, cylindrical arches, fine sculptures of noble people, gods, goddesses, amazing art painting attract the attention of descendants with their harmony and for contemporary art is a model for imitation.

Signs of style

One of the foundations of this is the fresco. Nowadays, fresco finds wide application as an artistic decoration of interiors and exteriors, allowing to create historical stylizations, to play out space according to a single artistic plan. In the interior, she performs the same role as painting, allowing to design the room in a refined and refined style.

How to choose furniture and accessories for an apartment in the style of Ancient Greece? First, acquire ceramics, which will be eloquent enough to testify to your stylistic intentions: amphorae, pitchers, plates. They can be burned and painted. Use carved wood or metal carvings, choosing furniture, orient yourself on plant motifs or the Greek ornament “Hellas”, the elements of which are used in such eminent designers as Versace and Jivanshi.

If you make out in the Greek style a large hall or living room, you should decorate them with real or artificial columns. Color palette – light, pastel shades, gold. Also you can dilute the golden scale with white and blue color nuances.

Wooden furniture, should be as simple as possible, light and light. Any natural wood, as well as furniture, lined with natural wood veneer, will do. Of course, it will not be possible to create an interior in the style of Ancient Greece with modern furniture, so you need to choose neutral modern objects or old ones.


We advise you to stop your choice on the sculpture of Vasily Olashin and the graphite drawing of Denis Chernov. Also the best painting in the realistic manner of the letter of the Kharkov artist Yuri Klapoukh and the marine theme of the Crimean painter-seascape artist Sergei Koval.