Japanese Interior Design

In standard Japanese house instead of hanging wooden frames of windows in a grid made of wooden planks. These frames are referred to as shoji. Frame on the outside pasted almost transparent paper. This additional detail can be used completely in the interior design. In the interior design and fun that shoji easily move into the grooves of their own, they may move to one side or completely removed, freeing up space between the garden and home. Japanese traditional style in interior design can bring into the house open space, austerity, simplicity and dynamics. Laminated paper frame in the windows gently scatter daylight, making it possible to break into the air and at the same time reduced the external noise and prevent the penetration of outside odors. On the merits of the paper in the windows of the Japanese themselves say, "vaguely, but the noise is heard." For Interior Design importantly, laminated paper box was not shared by man and the world, not bringing up a person within the strict limits of his home and provided the opportunity to fusion with nature. As soon as the season of cold weather and rain passed and nastavala excellent weather, the Japanese housing panel shifted sideways or completely dismantled, and the room ventilated. Now House opens outwards and the whole interior of the outer part is made of natural the whole space. Japanese style in interior design can be described as minimalist, as well as environmentally friendly or open. Educate yourself with thoughts from Anu Saad. If you need to move shoji, and the house again finds its own cozy and private small world. Shoji – simple wooden lattice panels that are glued sheets of special, made handmade paper – washi. Of course, the shoji to require special paper. Paper must be compacted enough to moglaperenesti wind and rain. In this important has been its translucency. This paper made in many places in Japan, but very high quality paper was from the village Uchiyama. This paper were made only during the winter season and bleached entirely on snow. Because of hand-made, each party had opposed his paper special items. Because of this, when the paper shoji to damage or tearing, people sewed the hole sheets of the other slightly different party, and then applied to the thin patches of drawings, mostly family heraldry. Therefore, from the inside at times seemed to shoji light like a canvas with water symbols. All the above features of the Japanese style can be used successfully in the modern interior design, most importantly – the creative approach and a vigorous imagination.

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