The wish of the owner is to own a home with Zen style, to have relaxing moments. Just to make a pot of tea and enjoy the pine and cypress trees, or sit and spread out the tatami mat, basking in bliss. Designer Yixin has planned to design a modern Japanese-style house for the owner.
Modern Japanese style house design ideas
Wood builds traditional and varied details, while eliminating the strict layout of latitude and longitude. Instead, arc curves are used to soften dimensions and diffuse natural light, so the rolling lines, rough stone skins, and matte metallics, harmoniously blend the modern aesthetic. harmony of Japanese style, depicting the scene hidden in the city with a glimpse of daily life.
The host is fascinated by the elegance and Zen of Japanese style. He hopes that his home can break away from the traditional Japanese style and take on an elegant touch. Modern woodworking methods and building materials, such as stone skins, pieces of iron or colored tatami, are visually combined. At the same time, it brings back the soft lines and composition of the "circle", invigorates the family with youthful vitality, and integrates the "round" philosophy in life.
Home design is mainly based on front door lighting. To create a bright and relaxing look, an open profile is used to string together front and rear lighting. The office on the first floor chooses a sliding door system, folding doors to get light.
Office design on the 1st floor
Dark and light ink shadows on the shoe cabinet, when entering the house, the air is filled with the fragrant cedar scent, the warm yellow side view wall next to the shoe cabinet, under the paintbrush marks, reveals an introverted metallic luster. , settled in a leisurely rhythm.
The architect has reshaped the moldings and angles, the rounded corners continue to hold the structure of the house, highlighting the division of the house space. Looking closely, the ceiling and ground intersect with uneven black glass, so as not to block daylight, it indirectly divides the first floor, clearly demarcating the tea-making area and the office area.
Since the first floor is where the homeowner usually works and receives customers, the designer drew the scene of the Japanese art museum and depicts the half-height cabinets along the wall, placing tea utensils for entertainment. .
The linear wood color cuts through the light and shadow of the white wall, and extends to the warm texture of the sliding door. Opening and closing creates the feeling that the space is blocked by the open door, further extending the large capacity storage wall on the side, and smoothing the rest with whiteboard. Cabinets with different shades complement the wood color with daylight, creating a spacious and comfortable working atmosphere.
Considering the narrow and long layout, the designer kept the existing kitchen configuration, using an I-shaped island + dining table to complement the custom-made brass chandelier. Simultaneously integrates round hangers around. become the owner's wine-tasting habit. The wine glass finds a home, and from then on, under the rectangular motion, it freely guides the daily eating time.
Dividing the cooking and dining areas, cleverly using sliding doors to expand the shallow cabinets, and freely displaying the owner's wine, memorabilia and photos with irregular slats, provides a bar meal. elegant and cozy.
Wooden mesh doors allow sunlight to pass through freely, allowing a stream of bright and clean light to move gently behind the house, while a transparent layer of glass prevents the escape of smoke. kitchen.
Living room interior design
The interior design of the living room is given special attention. As the light from the kitchen and stove spreads out in grids and shadows, the sumptuous stone grain spreads the natural feel of the TV wall. And the TV along the wall, is also the place to attract the eyes of the living room.
The light gray paradise matches the natural and atmospheric tones of the stone, the succinct and cozy tones are represented by the unobtrusive texture. The sofa is streamlined according to the arc of the sky, with warm light, illuminating the family reunion moment.
Master bedroom design
The indigo TV wall is immediately welcoming, highlighting the male owner's color proposition. The designer used circular light cut off by the sky curtain to slowly wrap the tension between freedom and order in the scene.
The wood-colored veins use different forward and backward widths to align the gaps under the beams, adding detailed expressions, respecting the Japanese archival spirit, greatly improving the storage capacity. And make good use of the height to connect the desk, connect the bedside table and the side cabinet to interact with each other, thereby creating a forward and backward rhythm.
Dressing room design
Through the round arches of the bedroom, another arch beckons at the end of the corridor, faintly expressing the classic style that the owner desires, considering the problem of light in the house, the ceiling of the hallway is covered with reflective mirrors. And woven mesh textured wood trims add to the Japanese charm, a sliding black glass door hides in the male-only dressing room.
Count the clothes, bags and accessories of the female owner, especially the pure white wardrobe and elegant plank island, choose black and white wallpaper as the frame of the dressing table with luxurious colors, elegance.
Black glass is lined between the vanity and the display stand, resulting in a delicately furnished handbag display with a beveled finish + mirror + light belt for a subtle display effect.