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Japanese style is now the hottest ethnic style. This is a minimalist and decorative style in which there is no overloading attention, space is structured calmly and clearly. It is believed that the traditional Japanese culture developed in 16-17 centuries, when the country was in the process of centralizing the supreme power. The art of that time had a clear target audience - an emerging class of the urban population, especially the rich merchants. They were well oriented in the luxury goods arriving from China and Korea, but nevertheless remained loyal to the simplicity and minimalism of the national home. In geographically small country space is particularly valued. Therefore, the interior space minimizes furniture and other attributes of the usual home in order to compensate for its deficiency.
Japanese style associates with natural colors, predominantly in a light palette: shades of beige, white, cream, milk. Restrained light colors are typical for Japanese furniture, furniture and wall surface is smooth. Fabrics are too creamy and white, mainly natural: cotton and silk. In Japan a place for relax is in the heart of the room. Typical detail is Japanese sliding wall, and of course, bamboo furniture. However, for contrast natural dark color is often used. Hieroglyphs are almost inevitable attribute of housing design for Japan. In such interior modest low furniture, sofas and tables of varying heights fit perfectly.
Philosophy of every Japanese house is closely connected to the nature - in terms of material, color, composition. But its main natural feature is the ability to transform, change and grow. All these qualities experts tried to instill in the interior, in which the Japanese did not sound straight, but only subtle subtext. The main part of the home is open space, including the living room area, an open kitchen, tea podium, dining area and workspace. The boundaries of the zone are designated by partitions of frosted glass, which is stylistically reminiscent of traditional Japanese paper screens.
Japanese style succinctly fits into the requirement for the interior: be quite modern and cozy accommodation. The submitted sketches of stylistic solutions starting point was virtually "empty" space. Planning was created from a scratch - builders received a "box" with light partitions and two supporting columns. But the house still dictated its terms. For example, the presence of 4 windows can make a great living room, kitchen, bedroom. The style in which the living space is decorated, comparable to the fusion direction (mix of disparate elements used in the design, music, cooking), but more correct is to call this style modern eclecticism. Eclectic interior makes it possible to use any objects, no matter whether African statues or paintings of Picasso. The style allows you to put all in the space that is designed in minimalist style. It is not obligatory at all. It is important just to observe a range of colors and some design direction.