7 Ways to Add Japanese Style to Your Home Design


Helloshabby.com -- Japanese-style house designs do have many enthusiasts because of the selection of simple designs and colors that can create beauty for the house. Japanese house designs also have smart ideas that can create a house that looks spacious even though it is basically a house with limited land.

For those of you who are interested in Japanese-style home design or want to decorate a house with a Japanese concept that has a high aesthetic value, see the following review of 7 Ways to Add Japanese Style to Your Home Design.

Beautiful Style House Facade

The Japanese design displayed on the facade of this house has a very strong characteristic with the use of white color with a touch of wood used on the door and window frames of the house. In addition, the use of tiles that have a brown color will be very integrated with the color of the wood owned by the frame.
Use Soft Clors in the Interior of the House
Japanese-style houses are always synonymous with calm color choices that show simplicity and calming friendliness. Likewise, the choice of colors in the interior of the living room, which has a sofa and carpet in an unobtrusive color. But with this color choice, it gives a simple yet elegant impression.
In this living room also uses many large windows that use glass with wooden frames. The use of this glass of course can give a broad impression because of the incoming light. Not to forget, to still provide a shady atmosphere, this window is also equipped with wooden curtains that are typical of an antique Japanese house. 

Use of Wood as Furniture

In addition to having a choice of soft colors, a Japanese-style house will not leave wood material to beautify the interior, which can give a simple natural impression but has a very high aesthetic and beauty value. Again, the design of the furniture in this family room has a simple appearance that accentuates the maximum elegant side.
Kitchen with Smart Sliding Door
This kitchen with white shades on the walls is combined with the wood used in the entire kitchen furniture. To give an impression that remains broad on the walls, this kitchen also uses wooden furniture wrapped in white that is similar to the color of the walls.
Maximize Every Space in the Room
Has a fairly large space, this bedroom uses a very smart bed using a design that can function as storage as well as a mattress bed that has a soft wood color. With this arrangement, it provides a wider space in other parts that can function as a comfortable and still spacious relaxing area.
Bedroom with Minimalist Arrangement
The next bedroom that is no less beautiful is also displayed in a Japanese-style bedroom which has a minimalist arrangement using a wooden mattress bed placed in the middle of the room. This room is also equipped with a sizable window covered with simple but elegant white curtains.
The Design Looks Spacious in the Bathroom
The last area with a Japanese feel is shown in the bathroom, which remains spacious with a choice of white on the walls and brown wood on the floor. To maintain cleanliness, this bathroom uses white ceramic walls that match the basic color of the walls it has. This bathroom is also equipped with transparent glass partitions for an impression that remains spacious but still maintains cleanliness in each area.
That's for  7 Ways to Add Japanese Style to Your Home Design. Hopefully, those ideas are useful for those of you who're looking for ideas and inspiration about backyard ideas. We wish you will be easier in making your dream house come true. Don't forget to share it with your relatives and family.

Author      : Hafidza
Editor       : Munawaroh
Source     : home.buyers.th

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