Japanese style is organic, natural, and uncluttered
The absence of nonessential internal walls opens up space and allows organic flow. Blurring the lines between interior and exterior creates subtle magic in Japanese design.
Elements get reduced down to their core essential quality like in this beautiful but simple bath room, that incorporates nature and water back into the living space.
Line, form, space, light and material are central elements in this popular design genre. The incorporation of unique aesthetics borrowed from Taoism makes this interior design practice simple and modest.
The concept of using of materials, geometry and nature to create a relationship between the natural environment and the interior makes Japanese design unique.
Sliding doors are essential in that they allow the exterior and interior of Japanese style homes to organically meld into the other.
Bare essential furnishings keep living spaces from feeling cramped or cluttered, letting the beauty of its wood and color elements reflect and bounce natural light.
Negative space is valued highly in creating a sense of clarity and freedom within the inspired domain.
Plants like bamboo and bonsai are commonly used as accents. Bringing in nature from outside into the home shows respect for the environment and is complementary to the rest of the minimalist setting in Japanese design.