Simple traditional Japanese style featuring elegant and perfect design. Furniture and decoration of land that filled the store space. Arranging Asian style in Japanese style means bright rooms, simple furniture, and specially selected decorations such as large vases, paintings or large works of art per room.
Asian colonial style allows more space for life and furniture. Rustic, iron-studded tables, bamboo shelves or antique Chinese wedding cabinets are eye catchers in the room. Patterned chair cushions, Asian lights, bamboo blinds, and Indonesian artifacts are perfect partners.
An Asian style gives the designation as consistency and does not match the colorful decorative items, grandma’s old couch or Persian carpet. Simple dishes, ornamental plants and utility items can be combined with that. Simple modern wooden furniture and Japanese colonial style, as well as dark colonial-plated furniture, complement the colonial style.
Chinese vases, ink paintings and East Asian calligraphy, Indonesian statues or bronze Buddhas are examples of stylish Asian art objects. They must be used efficiently: one picture or one larger item per room in Japanese style, a little in colonial style. Beautiful weapons such as swords or long knives look attractive on the wall, but must be kept away from children at home.
You can get an art object while on vacation to a place. Japanese furniture is characterized by its proximity to land. Tatami tables are flat because they sit on knee chairs. Chair cushion or version of the tatami chair that is rear-friendly is perfect for this. This form of eating is not suitable for people with physical illness and many older people.
The bed consists of futon, bed without frame bed. Colonial style allows European habit of sitting and bedroom with dark wood made of acacia or light bamboo wood. Asia lives with tatami mats and shoji walls or sliding doors. Tatami is a traditional thick mat that functions as an indoor floor.
Tatami mats can be used to prepare traditional tatami rooms. For meditation rooms, yoga rooms or bedrooms are also suitable. Shoji refers to traditional thin walls covered with rice paper. They function as room dividers or sliding doors in cabinet panels, partitions and windows.