Modern interior design in Asian style

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Bringing other cultures or periods of time to your design decisions is one way to make your home different from your neighbors. If you have a personal tie on the Asian continent or just admire the lines and colors that make up the modern "Asian-decorated design," there are many opportunities for my rich Asian traditions. The houses featured in this post inspire them to Asian inspiration and include it in luxurious rooms, condescending textures and truly elite spaces. Take a minute to learn a little more about how you can begin to unfold in other cultures for your own beautiful and serene home.


Visualizer: 叶 流浪

If the Asian decor could be summarized in one word (which, of course, can not), it would be "soothing". The influence of such important cultural stones as Buddhism requires color palettes that are ultimately calm and serene.

Indeed, it is a soothing, neutral palette that fixes this living room, with its vaulted ceiling and decorative lighting in the traditions of Asian decor.

Simple colors, pulled from nature, as a unifying force throughout the house, as seen here, in the kitchen and on the breakfast table.

Balance is another important element of Asian design in terms of color and texture. This residential area has the softness of tablets and throws, but contrasts with a smooth marble floor and wooden tables.

The low placement in this canteen is a modern approach to traditional seating floors, which is found in many Asian cultures, including Japan. A low chair is not the same as a pillow on the floor, but it has a similar effect.

In the first bedroom we will get a pop color in a work inspired by Mondrian. Colors such as red and yellow are quite popular in the Asian style.

The second bedroom returns to a more serene palette, but has a lot of textural interest in the carpet, bedding and curtains.

Finally, natural wood grain in the bathroom draws attention to the nature of nature in a particular luxury home.


Visualizer: 青 沐 沄 杉

The second house seems somewhat similar to the first, using a similar color palette and highlighting vaulted ceilings in the main living room.

A sculptural lighting design, such as a luxurious chandelier in this living room, is in fact another popular feature of Asian design.

The gold and marble accents in the living room are a luxurious touch, which is also combined with Asian inspiration in this house.

The design in this main living room uses organized lines to create an atmosphere of serenity.

Natural light in this space is enviable and again pays tribute to the importance of nature in Asian design.

. The neutral color palette in this house is slightly warmer than the first, bringing only a slight glow in the carpet.

The view from above gives only a slight taste of the luxury of this large room.

Gold is another popular material in Asian design, especially in the age of gold. While the branes and lamps in this house are new, they bring a little antique luxury into space.

There is not the slightest idea in this luxurious dining room that soft dining chairs are instead offered.

The dining room also uses beautiful golden accents in the lamp, as well as the setting of the place.

The main living area of ​​this house is literally the height of Asian luxury.


Documentary: Xu Zhichao

The final house plunges its head into a Zen-style design.

Immediately we are struck by the use of living plants in the room, lush greenery showing respect to nature.

Natural light is passed from almost any angle, illuminating the greenery and taking out on the street inside.

The main living area prefers a more modern style of luxury.

Lucute chairs and simple black accessories resemble the simplicity found in many traditional Japanese homes.

Again, the gloss surfaces contrast with the matte finish for the balance of styles.

In his bedroom, plush textures are preferred.

More natural light, combined with simple furniture in the middle of the century, adds elegance to the main bedroom.

White, wood and gray finish the style of comfort.

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