Minimalist bathroom furnishings in Japanese-style
The relaxation becomes an ever more pressing issue after the long day at work. Interior designers have given never previously been so much trouble so interesting and varied to offer them to their customers. The bathroom is of fundamental importance. If it is done well, we could achieve complete relaxation.
Looking for good ideas, we have come to a very interesting concept. It’s about the minimalist bathroom furnishings in the Japanese style. Appears we just perfect! Exoticism and lack of details are exactly that which our senses need at the end of the day, aren’t you?
Integration of the whole or parts of the concept
We are trying now to persuade you not to realize the whole concept bathrooms. You can draw inspiration from it only.
Maybe you take like only some of the elements
Views of a tree or forest.
The closeness to nature is fundamental to the concept of the Japanese bathroom. In the best case can look from here through a partition in the forest. If that doesn’t work (which probably is the case with many), it’s on the decoration. Japanese bathing facilities incorporate the element of the tree tiles, window panes or Bonsai.
Simplified forms, representing the harmony of the universe
The simplified forms are a part of many modern concepts. A Japanese bath institution, they are but to understand as symbols of overarching harmony. The lamp stands for the Sun, the water represents the rivers and seas, etc. differs thanks to this symbolism the concept very much of Northern minimalism. This is less spiritual and global, and for much more pragmatic. The Northern minimalism in the bathroom or anywhere else you would rather compare with the atmosphere of the quiet winter forest.
Natural materials and clear lines
Glass, wooden and mirror surface
As materials, wood and glass should dominate in the minimalist bathroom Japanese style. Various arguments for each one. The wood represents the tree and the forest. You make the whole thing much more harmonious. The glass ensures width, it is the boundary between the inside and outside are blurred.
Also smooth surfaces are typical of the Japanese interior design. They contribute to the propagation of light. The latter is also of fundamental importance, to spread the feeling of harmony in the room.
Natural colours perfectly combined
A bamboo ladder serves perfectly as a drying rack in the bathroom
Floor tiles in marble-look and folding sliding doors
Combine robust stone textures and sunny wall color
Integrate a Feng Shui interior garden in your bathroom
With a mirrored wall, provide additional light and a wonderful perspective
Alternatively you can try it with bright green colours
Soothing round ceiling lights
Room divider made of glass are also used as water protection at the shower
Graffiti is also an excellent idea for the minimalist Japanese style bath
Straight lines and more clarity through glass walls