O oriental style gains more and more space in homes, whether inside or some feature for the facade of your home. For oriental decoration it is interesting to convey the sense of tranquility in space, so harmony has to be present in the composition of furniture and colors.
The Japanese decoration seeks balance and minimalism, values space and maintains only the essential without exaggeration in architecture. Opt for pieces that are really needed in the furniture, better yet if the furniture is multifunctional. We must avoid overloading the environment, use accessories the minimums and the freest walls possible. The environment is kept simple and organized.
If you identify with this style here are some tips to help with decoration:
- The soft colors are warmly welcomed in beige, brown and gray. For the decorative details are used the gold and the red. The black highlights the geometric forms of the division.
- Japanese-style furniture is low because the Japanese eat and sleep at ground level. Also forget the rugs or the marble floors, invest the on the mat (traditional Japanese floor) and cushions to sit on the floor.
- Use wood furniture like natural fibers: bamboo, straw, linen and rattan. Furniture and mystical objects are great for the setting, such as porcelain ware and pots.
- The floral print or with traditional elements such as birds, fans and cherry trees are great themes.
- Already in the bedroom the beds are low and arranged at ground level. The main object is the futon, a mattress with layers of cotton and placed on a wooden mat.
- Round dome luminaire is classic in this style of decor.
- Include nature in space so place a small fountain, bonsai or a bamboo plant to create an authentic Japanese interior.
- The traditional Japanese doors, known as shoji or fusuma, are sliding doors made of wood and paper. They are great for completing the decor and separate environments or use as a closet door.
- It is very common the presence of hot tub in the bathroom, it is known for being a traditional bathtub in Japan that allows you to take a shower. Very similar to a western tub , but with a different and deeper format.
Sobriety, simplicity and naturalness are the three characteristics of oriental decoration. See our selection of 75 images of oriental architecture and decoration.
Picture 1 - Bathroom with sliding doors
Picture 2 - Bathroom overlooking external garden decorated in bamboo
Picture 3 - Bathroom with sliding door with wooden structure
Picture 4 - Bathroom with walls covered in wood
Picture 5 - Bathroom with decoration in bamboo
Picture 6 - Hot tub in wood
Picture 7 - Bathroom with decoration in light and black wood
Picture 8 - Bathtub overlooking Zen garden
Picture 9 - Bathroom with hot tub and shower
Picture 10 - Bathtub with stone decoration
Picture 11 - Bathroom with wooden furniture and white bath
Picture 12 - Room with sliding doors
Picture 13 - Room with round opening composing with the wood of the structure and the panel
Picture 14 - Double room with Japanese door
Picture 15 - Double room with oriental decorative objects
Picture 16 - Double room with bed and futon
Picture 17 - Japanese style dining room
Picture 18 - Tatami room
Image 19 - Dining room with tatami mats and low table
Picture 20 - Flexible dining table with tatame modulated floor
Image 21 - Entrance of the residence with pergola
Picture 22 - House with sliding entrance doors
Image 23 - Living Room with Floor to Ceiling Doors
Picture 24 - Living room decorated with mat
Image 25 - Wooden corridor
Image 26 - Corridor with wooden staircase and winter garden
Image 27 - Corridor with wood lining
Picture 28 - Entrance to dining room with sliding door closure
Picture 29 - Kitchen with oriental style furniture
Picture 30 - Small kitchen
Picture 31 - Garden with bonsai
Image 32 - House with Japanese Architecture
Picture 33 - Living room with dining table raised from the floor
Image 34 - Space with bamboo lining
Picture 35 - Living room with mat and cushion
Picture 36 - Zen garden with water mirror
Image 37 - Bathroom with white hot tub
Picture 38 - Bathroom with wooden details
Picture 39 - Bathroom with hot tub in wood
Picture 40 - Outside area with landscaping in stone
Image 41 - Entrance hall with glass panel and detail in wood
Picture 42 - House with Japanese building system
Picture 43 - Residence in glass in minimalist style
Image 44 - Landscaping with Japanese Garden
Picture 45 - Oriental garden
Image 46 - Single-family residence with Japanese architectural style
Image 47 - Corridor with panel closure
Image 48 - Kitchen with wooden lamps
Picture 49 - Hot tub in metal
Picture 50 - Residential entrance with garden
Picture 51 - Winter garden with mirror
Picture 52 - Japanese landscaping
Image 53 - Composition of percolated wood with landscaping
Picture 54 - Wooden wardrobe with ladder
Picture 55 - Room with sliding door with metal structure
Image 56 - Indoor garden with oriental landscaping
Image 57 - Room with Japanese decor and intimate lighting
Image 58 - Living room with home office and bamboo wall
Image 59 - Double room with openings made in Japanese panels
Image 60 - External area with bamboo-mossô
Image 61 - Modern residence with Japanese aspects
Picture 62 - Corridor with wooden floor and door with black metallic structure
Image 63 - Corridor with concrete floor
Screenshot 64 - Minimalist external deck
Picture 65 - Kitchen with glass panel for internal garden
Picture 66 - Wooden deck
Picture 67 - Zen garden with sand
Image 68 - Opening niche for landscaping
Image 69 - External space with stone floor decoration
Picture 70 - External space with armchair
Image 71 - External space with hot tub
Image 72 - Residence with facade
Picture 73 - Bathroom with window
Image 74 - Residence with contemporary Japanese architecture
Image 75 - Residential entrance with stairs and path of stones