By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, September 03rd, 2018 - 00:21:19 AM.
If you prefer traditional Japanese design, I will provide a feast for your eyes! The home we're featuring today is a 53-year-old 2847 sq feet house that has been remodeled and styled for a young family .
The home was remodeled with ALTS layout office, who made a decision to harmonize the current positive details with fresh components and create an interconnection with the center location. To start with, the design company returned into the authentic ricefield character style whilst inserting contemporary components. The original Japanese style room was transformed into a garden and also the border side was added out. Now a few of the spaces could be opened to outdoors to enjoy fresh air or remain outdoors while still being indoors.
This traditional element appears to become a contemporary decor feature -- a floor which becomes a dining space seat -- quite comfortable and creative and no chairs are necessary! The interiors are done in a wonderful combo of traditional Japanese decor and modern touches here and there, that seem totally harmonious together. The decor is done with considerably natural wood, glass and even rice paper, which has been traditionally used for its doors. There is not much furniture to avoid cluttering the space and the furniture is modern and laconic, largely wooden to match the original Japanese decor.
This wonderful home is a wonderful illustration of how modern information and items could be incorporated into traditional decor successfully. So interesting!
Source : DigsDigs
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