Photos of Japanese Rooms That Will Make You Throw Everything Away
Now sit down, have a cup of tea, and bask in Japanese-style minimalism
The Japanese always have an association with minimalism. Perhaps it stems from the Buddhist principle of simplicity, which they believe gives a person grace and naturalness. More recently, there is the Konmari Method of doing away with objects that do not spark joy.
Whatever the reason, it is just extremely satisfying to see a modern-Zen, Japanese interior that is stripped of any excess ornamentation, especially in this hectic, pre-holiday period. Feast your eyes on these:
One-room-living at its most Zen.
We love the whimsical cutout details in the Hazukashi House by Alts Design Office.
Traditional shoji screens in this home by Nata Studio Architects are practically timeless.
This modern Japanese interior is softened by a beautiful view of nature.
Now here’s a kitchen that has zero mess (by @stylezato_arcart).
A compact family home that is lived-in, but not messy.
Have you ever seen a photography studio with no clutter?
Even the children are neat.
The Japanese principle of Shizen or “Naturalness” is imbued in this calm, natural-wood living room.
Say no to crazy balustrades with a Zen stairwell.
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