Asian-style interiors instantly evoke an image of serenity and tranquil calm. With most of us engrossed in a fast-paced urban lifestyle, it helps immensely when we can come back home to a peaceful abode that allows us to escape this never-ending rush. Asian-themed interiors accomplish this goal in inimitable style by ushering in harmony and balance. But creating an Asian-inspired room is much more than just adding a few distinct decorations. It takes care, precision and a clear thought process that allows you to do away with the unwanted additions. At its core, Asian design is a fusion of several different styles that range from the Japanese and the Chinese to exotic Indian themes.
It soothes the soul with its rich character and calming forms, being the perfect addition to a contemporary home. The Zen style has already been incorporated as a part of Asian inspired interior design. The main colors you should focus on are water, dark soil, and of course neutral shades to stabilize the vibes. Making effective use of the essentials and furniture combined with the universal need for balance is quite enough. There has always been a connection between the Asian Zen style and light open floor plans — the goal is to let the energy freely flow throughout the room. Try using wood blinds, Asian wall art or bamboo details. Image source: Laura Garner.
Incorporating Asian-Inspired Style Into Modern Décor
Subscribe to "Homedit" on YouTube to keep up with all of our videos and shows. View in gallery. Zen involves the almost ethereal effect of perfect harmony and balance. Light, open floor plans are hinged upon the Asian style of Zen design, in which positive energy is encouraged to flow throughout a space. The subsequent harmony created by objects and their negative white space is enhanced through the use of other natural design elements — in this instance, wood blinds, bamboo details, and Asian wall art.
DePerno on the deck with his whippet, Bose. The breakfast area, which is paved in concrete tiles from Ann Sacks , has an antique Korean tansu chest and a vintage Hans Wegner chair; the antique spear is African. In the dining room, the Danish rosewood table, cane-back chairs, and enameled pendant light are vintage; the Art Deco teak cabinet is from Indonesia.