This apartment was inspired by Japanese aesthetics and minimalism and was designed in neutrals The owners of this neutral apartment lived in Japan for several years and then returned to Moscow, and they wanted Japanese aesthetics and philosophy in their apartment, so it was designed semi-minimalist and full of neutrals.
As we have explored before, the Japanese style interior design aesthetic is highly tied to the idea of minimalism and negative space. In these two small apartments, you will see that there is truly nothing there that does not have a purpose. The spaces never feel cluttered or cramped, no matter what
This light and clear-lined design project belongs to the Taiwanese studio A Little Design and optimizes a 22-meter-square micro apartment to serve every need of its occupants. The mezzanine level of the apartment is used to its full scale: a staircase leads to a bed platform, bookshelves and storage compartments adorn the walls, and even a micro-working desk that can be used by a person sitting cross-legged on the floor completes the playful design arrangement.
Sliding doors are often used in Japanese bedrooms. While white and neutral colors dominate the minimalist design, in children's rooms Japanese style can be found in moderation and vibrant colors. We present you one interesting collection of some beautiful Japanese interior designs that will attract you attention for sure!
Just when I think I've seen the tiniest studio apartments in Paris making efficient use of every last inch of space, some interior design blog or sneaky little Pinterest photograph sends me back to the drawing board with a new physics-defying way of making the most out of living in a small space
This super tiny Tokyo apartment may just be one of the smallest places we have seen so far, yet at 8 m2 (82 ft2) it still provides a perfect space to allow Emma (originally from Australia) to live