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5 Japanese Interior Trends You Need To Know
These days, a lot of people are turning to a minimalistic approach of living where living becomes organised and clutter-free, which is why Japanese decorating styles are widely preferred. We have some Japanese Interior Design trends for those of you who’re planning to experiment with simple interiors for a change.
Trend No#1: Japanese Style Entryway “GENKAN”
Trend No#2: Japanese Style Lighting “LANTERNS”
Trend No#3: Celebrate Humble Materials with “WABI-SABI”
Trend No#4 : Japanese “SHOJI” Screens
Shoji is made of rice paper and generally used for screening the window panels. The standout feature of shoji design that allows minimal light to enter a room while maintaining privacy for personal gatherings or meditation. Shoji style can bring beauty, serenity and tranquillity to your home.
Trend No#5: Japanese Style “FURNITURE”
Lighter tone and natural material such as white oak wood are quite prevalent in Japanese homes. Low-to-the-ground furniture like simple side tables and bed frame can effortlessly fit into any space big or small and gives a very subtle yet cozy feel to a living area.
Lovely Lighting Ideas To Make Your Diwali Decor Beautiful And Bright
<p></p><div style="text-align: justify;"><span style="background-color: transparent;">Diwali is undoubtedly one festival in India where the electric lights are used to the fullest to decorate our homes. The electric chain of small light bulbs beautifies the ambience of the house in no time. If you have been decorating your home traditionally with just one or two forms of lighting, go extensive this time. </span></div><p><br/></p><p></p>
5 Easy Ways to Add a French Country Charm to Your Home
<p dir="ltr" style="text-align: justify;"><span style="color: #000000;background-color: transparent;">French country style is one of the most popular decorating styles across the globe today. The interior design has a rustic vibe and it perfectly blends with comfort and simplicity. Here are some stylish examples showing how the French country décor can be adapted to suit your interior design.</span></p><!--EndFragment--><p><br/></p><p><br/></p>
Cosiest Ways To Decorate Your Home Space This Autumn
<p><span>It's autumn season of the year, and the time has come to create cosy space at your home. By cosy space, we not only mean decorating your living room but the entire home indeed. To welcome fall in the most amazing way, we share some tips which will bring warmth and good vibes straight to your home interiors as well as some significant makeover in the exteriors. Time to get creative and crafty.</span></p>