Interior Design in Japanese Style
The traditional Japanese houses which are located in Kyoto originally appear around the 8th century A.C. Building such a home required an intervention of local skillful artist that bring the art into the interior. Quality hand made details are decorating all the place. Cedar-beamed ceiling can often be seen inside these Japanese constructions.
Nowadays, a lot of people want to get in touch with their ancestors and incorporate the traditional home interior design style into the contemporary outlook. An eclectic approach is the combination between the raw and minimalist Swedish furniture with traditional Japanese interior objects.
Do you know what Tatami Mat Floors or Shoji Screens are? These are some of the most famous Japanese traditional interior design accessories that carry the ancient spirit of the famous local discipline and esteem. Other very typical details are Lattice-wood, used for the outer parts, and Mushiko split windows. Actually, the original name of this homes is “Machiya”. They were mostly used from the merchants which had been well honored by that time.
In our today society, the need of more contemporary homes to live in provoked the reconstruction of the original buildings and their transformation in a modern place which meets nowadays people lifestyle. A contemporary townhouse – this is how we can describe the property.