Japanese style is very modern and refined – very relaxing and easy to live.
Japanese interior design is great looking modern home – an elegant, sophisticated and beautiful – Oh, and remember very reassuring and practical too … so why not see them today …
Japanese furniture is a great look for any home. It’s simple, uncluttered look that will give your home a calm, soothing feel and ordered.
Japanese interior design is certainly a very specific type – and may need to spend some time and trouble tracking appropriate or authentic furniture to get away. But the result will definitely worth it.
Walls and Color
* The basis of his Japanese interiors are apparently neutral tones and natural colors.
* Choose soft, natural colors in muted tones – can not choose their bright white as a neutral, rather than go for warm off-white, soft beige, brown and gray tones.
* If you want to select accent colors for feature walls, furniture and accessories, going for a very deep, rich chocolate brown, black or natural green. Small accents of turquoise, pink, purple and red can work well too.
* Keep your walls a very clear and simple – no set pattern and arranged with great pictures.
* Screen squares of dark wood inlaid with a slightly transparent, white papers are very specific to the Japanese style. Use them around the walls, or to divide the room into smaller spaces. Watch out for various styles and designs for your latticework screens.
* If possible, choose round-ups (or mirrors to be seen without hassle!) – To the moon window of a very effective and authentic Japanese style.
* Curtains should be minimal, if at all – blinds are the best looking for this style.
* If you choose curtains, go for something simple and neutral. White veils will always look good, and to set very soft, quiet and clean feeling.
* Solid flooring is essential – or hard flooring, bamboo, natural flooring, such as sisal or special bedding.
* These floor mats are very ordinary Japanese. They are known as “tatami” mat, and consists of straw and cloth.
* Space is very important in Japanese interior decorating. Keep a tidy room, with plenty of space and minimal furnishings.
* Use screens to divide up the space – for example, hinder access to one bedroom for privacy.
* Flexibility to run screens and change the space is a very important concept in Japanese interior decorating.
Keep * other furniture a very low level. Low coffee table with floor cushions as seating is perfect.
* A Futon is another typical Japanese furniture, and can be used as seating positions, and (again, that many important Japanese concept of flexibility and space.)
* Choose dark wood furniture an authentic look – dark or glossy finishes – black as lacquer, or even polished black granite.
* Japanese interior look is very simple and minimalist appearance. It is based on the idea of Japanese “wabi” – a concept of simplicity of design – a reaction against the very ornate and overly ornate décor of 16th century Japan.
* Although Zen type minimalist Japanese style concept in modern life, beautiful, ornate and rich elements may be included in your projects.
* These beautiful objects and feature tracks should be added sparingly to the Japanese style rooms though.
* These objects become the center of a room in the same way that fire or special dye may be the focal point of a Western-style room.
* Items must be flexible too. They usually appear seasonally, and then stored.
* Objects appropriate to display small altars, hearths and miniature gardens. Other typical Japanese accessories are beautiful antiques, kimono and other fine embroideries on display, or Japanese tea service.
* Do not forget that natural “aspect of Japanese interior accessories in too. Include typically Japanese plants, bonsai, bamboo and orchids.
Simple and minimalist feel of Japanese interior decorating style is the perfect background to display beautiful objects, antiques and other focal sites.
The style is very relaxing, soothing but never boring, because there are many opportunities to make your personal brand in your choice of beautiful objects.
If you want to go for a Japanese style, you will end up with a very modern looking, simple, stylish rooms – but definitely something a bit unusual and out of the ordinary.