RL Picks: Japanese-Inspired Interiors (Part 3)
Feminine palettes and dainty details can make a big difference for your space
Japanese fashion designer Tsumori Chisato is known for pieces with feminine palettes and details like dainty beading and appliqués; but these very pieces mostly come with candid quirk—something the Jap designs have in common.
You can apply this aesthetic to your home with the right pieces and design tricks.
Picks by Kathleen Valle. Photographed by Jun Pinzon (unless stated otherwise).
Read the original article ("Yay! Kawaii!”) in the May 2012 issue of Real Living Magazine. Download your digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App now! Log on to summitnewsstand.com.ph/real-living for more details.
Take inspiration from this DIY magazine rack that is both sweet and irreverent with its floral appliques and frayed edges.
You may also want to create a fabric wall art for your space highlighting charming floral patterns.
Nestime Cuckoo Round Clock, P11,280, Dimensione
Ottoman, P2,500, Mandaue Foam Furniture Store
Pillow with Embroidered Flowers, P300, Mandaue Foam Furniture Store
Sweet Fish Sugar Castors by Stefano Giovannoni for Alessi, price unavailable, Alessi
Bunny Plushie, P850, and Owl Sleep Mask, P245, Heima
Garden Utensil-inspired Cutlery Set, P590, Quirks Novelties and Curiosities
Multiple Choice Florencia Cup and Saucer, P2,499.75 (part of a 20-pc set), Dimensione
*Prices are subject to change.