I see many modern interiors that are influenced by Japanese style. This is evident from several countries such as Brazil which has the largest Japanese community and Europe are trying to combine Scandinavian interior with Japanese influences. This trend has been popular for a while and I am sure that in the future many interior designers and architects will apply this style to their designs. It combines clean lines and neat Japanese design aesthetics with various interior styles. Although this looks irregular, but a combination of several interior styles and the influence of Japan gave the impression that unique and  [ Read More ]

Minimalist apartment located in Lycabettus, Athens adapting Japanese style interior. Elegant decor and functional developed by ESE studio, using many original furnishings and wood elements in some parts, even daring to storage solutions. One of the unique from this apartment has all the storage in the open, while usually hiding something behind a door or camouflaged. Slick combination between traditional Japanese and Scandinavian style succeeded in creating a living space that is balanced and creativity. Neutral colors become the primary choice in protecting walls, oak floors, fireplace black, cement, and white lacquer. While the contrast with quiet room, some pretty  [ Read More ]

Japanese kitchens has sleek design, modern, dynamic and always looks elegant, like 20 Japanese kitchens from ToyoKitchen that shows every elements of traditional design with fairly modern setting. You can create warm and comfortable atmosphere, interior clean and able to incorporate space between cook, eat and relax in one room. Japanese interior identical with warm tones and wooden floors, cool touch of stainless steel, and some simple kitchen equipment. Open space allows brighter lighting to seating area and your cooking, combination of clean lines and minimalist decor make Japanese kitchen ideas interesting. You do enjoy being able to room design  [ Read More ]

Japanese style interior inspired by Zen folosofi, bringing cool and minimalist forms are integrated in traditional Japanese style. Open space without walls allow more air circulation and organic flow between interior and exterior. Japanese interior design is very concerned about the line, space, light and comfort as an important aesthetic element to stay. As seen from collection of japan interior by Tadao Ando, he took all elements to make a lot of bright room. Link between the natural environment and the building is a challenge, while Japanese style interior using Zen concept for through the use of the maximum and  [ Read More ]