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Japan in your home: here's how to decorate in Japanese style.

Oct 18, 2023Pietro Gerolimetto

Furnishing your home in Japanese style is a journey towards timeless elegance and serenity. How to recreate the atmosphere of Japan in a few simple steps? Here are our recommendations.

1. The spaces

Start by creating an open space that allows natural light to flow freely, taking inspiration from the concepts of breadth and harmony typical of Japanese culture. Opt for neutral colors like white and beige, which will give your home a feeling of cleanliness and tranquility.

2. The furniture

Furniture is an essential part of Japanese furniture, characterized by clean lines and minimalist design. Choose pieces that reflect functionality without compromising aesthetics, such as tatami mats for the floor or futons for the bed. The choice of wooden furniture, preferably in light shades, adds a touch of warmth and naturalness to the environment. On our online shop you can find the very elegant Fuji line, a true triumph of simplicity in perfect Japanese style.

3. The decorations

Integrate decorative elements that reflect Japanese culture, such as shoji panels, translucent screens that delicately filter light. Add small pots of fresh flowers or green plants to create a connection with nature, a key aspect of Japanese style. Even your table can help recreate the right atmosphere. Discover our Shibuya line inspired by the most iconic new one in the city of Tokyo.

3. The lighting

As for lighting, prefer soft and downward-oriented light sources, avoiding the excessive use of ceiling lamps. Japanese lanterns or oriental-style table lamps will add a touch of sophistication.

Finally, introduce elements of Japanese art to the walls, such as zen prints or kakejiku, paintings on silk scrolls mounted on wooden supports. These details will transform your home into a serene space, where every element is designed to promote well-being and connection with the essence of Japanese culture.

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