Traditional Japanese style

Traditional Japanese style is a design style. Traditional Japanese home furnishing uses a large number of natural materials in the decoration and decoration of the room. It does not respect luxury, luxury, and magnificence. It uses elegant temperance and deep Zen as its realm and emphasizes practical functions.

1. Traditional Japanese furniture has formed a unique furniture style with its fresh, natural, concise and elegant unique taste. For us living in the urban forest, the Japanese-style home environment creates a relaxed, leisurely and contented life. , Maybe it is what we are after.

2. Appreciate the elegant and Zen Japanese style of home furnishing is very popular in our country. The expression technique of the exotic style makes people love it and can appreciate the good charm.

3. Japanese-style decoration is characterized by elegant and concise. It generally adopts clear lines, so that the layout of the room is elegant, clean, and has a strong sense of geometry.

4. For the Japanese, wood color is an indispensable color in life. Simple wood decoration will bring an elegant and clean atmosphere to life, and will free us from busy work. Back home, it is like entering a natural oxygen bar, fresh and concise, and the calmness of life is unstoppable.

5. The Japanese design style is directly influenced by Japanese architecture. It pays attention to the flow and separation of space. The flow is a room, and the separation is divided into several functional spaces. The space can always allow people to think quietly and have endless Zen.

1. Speaking of Japanese-style furniture, people immediately think of \”Tatami\” and the Japanese lifestyle of sitting on knees. The low bed and low case of the Yamato people are very impressive. It must be pointed out here that \”Japanese furniture\” and \”Japanese furniture\” are two different categories, \”Japanese furniture\” refers only to traditional Japanese furniture, and \”Japanese furniture\” undoubtedly Including very important Japanese modern furniture.

2. The shape of traditional Japanese furniture has a great relationship with ancient Chinese culture. The emergence of modern Japanese furniture is entirely the result of being influenced by European and American countries.

3. The living style of the Chinese is divided into two periods based on the Tang Dynasty. Before the Tang Dynasty, sitting on the ground, including kneeling, was popular, so the furniture was low. After entering the Tang Dynasty, under the influence of the people of the Western Regions, sitting down with feet gradually became popular, and high-shaped furniture such as chairs and stools began to develop. After learning and accepting the low bed and low case lifestyle of China in the early Tang Dynasty, Japan has retained it to this day and formed a unique and complete system. After the Tang Dynasty, Chinese decoration and furniture styles continued to spread to Japan. For example, lattice doors and windows, which are very commonly used in Japan, were passed down during the Song Dynasty in China. It can be seen that Japanese culture is deeply influenced by Chinese culture.

4. After the Meiji Restoration, in the midst of European style, Western furniture came to Japan along with Western architecture and decoration craftsmanship. With its reasonable design, perfect shape, and ergonomics, it had a huge impact on traditional Japanese furniture. But traditional furniture has not died out.

5. For the residences of general Japanese residents, the external parts of the living room and dining room are Western-style rooms using modern furniture such as sofas and chairs, and the internal parts of the bedroom are traditional furniture such as tatami mats, sand-lime walls, cedar boards, and paper lattice sliding doors. The Japanese room. The “Japanese and Western style” lifestyle is accepted by the vast majority of people, while the all-Western or all-Japanese style is rare.

 

Traditional Japanese-style home furnishing uses a large number of natural materials in the decoration and decoration of the room. It does not respect luxury and magnificence. It takes elegant temperance and deep Zen as its realm and emphasizes practical functions. The Japanese style is particularly integrated with nature, borrowing the external natural scenery to bring infinite vitality to the interior, and special attention is paid to the natural texture in the selection of materials, so as to communicate with nature and enjoy it.

Japanese-style architecture, also known as Japanese-style architecture or Japanese architecture. Japanese Buddhist architecture from the 13th to 14th centuries inherited the characteristics of Buddhist temples, traditional shrines from the 7th to 10th centuries, and Chinese Tang Dynasty buildings. It adopts Xieshan tops, deep eaves, raised floors, outdoor platforms, horizontal wooden walls, and cypress bark. The roof, etc., the appearance is light and easy.