The Japanese-style living room has simplicity, comfort, tranquility and modern, sometimes ultra-minimalist elements, and the word Zen encapsulates everything. Clean and neat life, holding tight to balance, order, old-fashioned habits and love for natural beauty – this is about the Japanese living room. So how do you add the feel of Japan to your living room?
The Japanese style is very special and different from all other Asian styles. Simplicity comes from regular forms of furniture, the good arrangement of elements in the room and free space around it. Japanese houses also bring nature inside through large, expansive windows that allow natural views from every angle.
The Japanese style develops around a clean and neat life, holding tight to balance, order, ancient habits and love for natural beauty. When someone understands ancient tea ceremonies and Japanese lifestyles, the culture immediately becomes very charming and worth imitating in our daily lives. If for other reasons, let’s copy the Japanese style to bring a little of their honed Zen into our own lifestyle.
Japanese culture is perhaps one of the most interesting Asian cultures – especially their art and architecture. There are several famous Japanese Architects that mark history. One of my favorites is Tadao Ando, he designed the popular Light Church. Find it on the internet and you will surely be amazed.
Japan has beautiful creations to be proud of too, so today we will show you some pictures where you can see a bit of Japanese living room decoration that is comfortable and simple. See more ideas about Japanese living rooms, Japanese homes, and Japanese interior design that you can apply to your home.