Article originally published on April 26, 2017.
The Japanese Aesthetic stems from the ancient Taoist philosophy, which came from China in ancient times, and Japanese Interior Design states that a room’s true beauty is in the empty spaces, which means that interiors are usually very simple and minimalistic, highlighting the natural elements, and with a strong focus on craftsmanship, beauty and delicacy. Today we’ll be discovering 10 Striking Japanese Bedroom Designs that make use of these ideas.
This Japanese bedroom design is extremely simple yet very beautiful. The creamy tones of the mattress, rug, nightstands, and cabinets are in perfect harmony while the overall design feels light and soft.
This Japanese bedroom design follows the minimalistic tones of the first one, with some extra texture to the bed to highlight its design. Beautiful rug, clean textiles, and a giant window make this uncluttered interior a fine example of Japanese interior design.
This gorgeous Japanese interior design is a bit more complex, combining more elements such as dark wooden tones and art pieces while maintaining the overall simplicity of the bedroom to achieve a great look.
Simplicity at its best. Huge glass walls, a beautiful rug, and oriental lighting on this Japanese bedroom design. The overall feel is very rich despite having so few pieces, this bedroom makes use of its surroundings to feel and look great.
Alright, we’re going a little bit off with this bedroom, as the inspiration is a mixture of French and Japanese influences dominated by cream wooden tones. The chess rug looks gorgeous on this master bedroom design.
Huge room, completely decluttered on the floor while the shadows over the suspension lamps tune in all the special effects needed for this to be a wondrous interior design.
Ground bed, meticulously placed rugs, a little side table for tea, a flower, and sliding doors. This is a classical example of a Japanese bedroom design where everything is just right.
We’ll end up our round of Japanese Bedroom Designs with this black, white, and wood bedroom inspiration. Two little bonsais on the windows look harmoniously over the bedroom and surrounding landscape.