It doesn’t take much to turn an ordinary bathroom into a more Japanese style. The first step is to declutter like crazy. Keep everything so clean and simple that it is beautiful. You want to have a minimalist feeling bathroom, and this means stripping eve
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Flower pendant lamps by lighting artist Sachie Muramatsu. The lanterns use layers of traditional Japanese paper (‘washi’) made from naturally grown mulberry trees, arranged and dyed to mimic enormous hanging flowers.
Shoji are Japanese screens made with a wood frame and panes of translucent paper. Japanese shoji are used as windows, doors and room dividers. In this interior, it allows natural diffused light into rooms while providing privacy.
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