- Japanese traditions and culture in the interior
- the rule “excess of everything is bad”
- maximum closeness to nature (use of natural materials: wood, paper, textiles)
Oriental style in the interior is, first of all, the structure of space
- The space should be freely transformable using screens and sliding partitions
- Frames with many rectangular cells are used to divide the space.
Lighting is also of great importance for the Japanese style in the interior
- the light is soft, dim
- traditional Japanese chandeliers and lamps with paper shades of unusual shapes
Color palette in the interior
- combination of white and black or milky with a dark brown shade of window frames
- combination of black, red, orange
- light and beige tones prevail
- for a theatrical effect gold and glossy lacquer can be used.
Wooden parquet (or laminate) with a natural pattern.
- the main color is light
- usually the color of the ceiling matches the color of the walls
- use of contrasting color beams in the form of squares
- in an oriental style in the interior of a bedroom or any other room, the walls are painted in a light color
- on the walls there may be drawings of plants, images of sakura, flowers and hieroglyphs
- paper screens as partitions (with the image of flowers, hieroglyphs, plant motifs)
- use of low furniture with clear shapes
- furniture of monochromatic dark restrained tones (often black)
- futon bed
Curtains in Asian designs are not used.