Creating a minimalist bedroom is a great way to reduce clutter and clear your head. Start by choosing a futon for the floor; this generates enough space and allows you to add more storage items such as shelves, racks, and dressers without overpowering the room. Learn more at this blog post below.
How to Create a Minimalist Bedroom?
A traditional Japanese home uses shikibutons or shikifutons on top of tatami mats and store them away in the closet during the day. A home or apartment with traditional Japanese decor is called a Washitsu. Learn more at this blog post below.
What Makes Up A Japanese Bed?
Japanese home design includes minimalistic decor, neutral color palettes, focusing on functionality, and unique furniture pieces, such as Japanese Shiki Futons. Learn more at this blog post below.
Japanese Home Design
Minimalist interior design is becoming increasingly popular, as it emphasizes simple lines and open spaces. While there are many different types of minimalist designs, Japandi, Japanese, Zen, Meditation and Tiny Living Interiors are just a few to consider. Incorporating sustainable furniture into these designs can add a modern and environmentally friendly touch. Learn more at this blog post below
Minimalist interior design