The Japanese

Choosing furniture in the Japanese style, chose to smooth surfaces color wenge, light-beige walls will throw up a simple, uncluttered furnishings and interior will be stylistically matured. However, if you close furniture a lighter color, it would not be contrary to the chosen style, most importantly, to It was made of natural materials. Japanese style owes much to the commitment of culture throughout the natural, natural. Traditional materials is maple, cedar, bamboo, rice paper, stone. The interior this style should be contrasts. This may come from the desire of Japanese culture to seek a balance of opposites, yin and yang, fire and water, light and shadow, earth and air.

And this balance is clearly there, though the interior may be many unexpected. This may be a combination of colors: for example, black and white or wenge with a light beige (classic mix of Japanese interior). In the European culture of the black often say that it is generally "not color, while the East he assigns a very important role: it can be used to emphasize the essence of the object and its shape. You can use the contrast of textures: smooth, varnished wood and stone, or a combination of contrasts: white pebbles on the black polished granite, scattered around the bathroom. On the Japanese style can say a lot, here, I would like to add that the interior of this style is endowed with an important property: it is constantly changing. Today vase with a single flower or a branch of the tree is on the table beside the bed, in a week – in an alcove in the wall, then just on the floor, etc. The world is volatile and unstable, and there is a big and important meaning – "all passes, and it will pass too. Interior of an apartment in the Japanese style is incredibly self-sufficient, and it leads to that of his master. Here, the big question for anyone who affects more – the inhabitants of an apartment on the interior of your home or vice versa. But in any case all contribute, in my view, to establish harmony in the house, in harmony with nature and harmony among its inhabitants – because we are all also part of it.