“Peace in my heart, Peace in my soul, wherever we are going, we are already home.”- Buddha.
Zen interior design ideas have been inspired from Japanese interiors, minimalist interior designs, ancient traditions and eastern culture where positive energy is encouraged to flow throughout the house.
The interiors of our homes should be the place where we feel calm and at peace , and what better than a Zen decor and design to enjoy this feeling of serenity.
Today we shall give you an insight not only on traditional Japanese spirit , but also how it has been modernised to match up the chic contemporary designs.
Low seating arrangements with slight elevation and softening of the space relaxes the knees and the back more than the floor cushions. Although floor cushions around a low rise table is a great way to create an oriental dining spot.
Abstract furniture and curious break the monotony of mainstream designs and has the power to transform a house into this peaceful and calm space. One feels at home like never before.
Japanese furniture is the natural choice for a Zen bedroom. Incorporating nature and using minimal window covering along with making them noiseless, clutter free, bereft of technology and cool are the key to creating a rejuvenating space.
Stacking up some Zen stones and scented candles and incense is another way to spread calm throughout the spaces of your house. These not only look gorgeous and enhance the decor of your place but also help in meditating better- boosting focus and a peace of mind and filling the house with positive vibes.
Zen design encompasses Buddha in various shapes and forms in different parts of the house. Elegant paintings and orchids can also be included to reflect the Japanese interiors. Most importantly, though, zen is a spiritual lifestyle and it is about exploring oneself and taking up a path towards finding one’s own center.
The minimalist lines of traditional Japanese interiors influenced decoration in the new, modern spaces. In accordance with that, it is important to keep the furniture minimal and adding a touch of nature in form of wooden stools. It keeps the space brimming with positivity. Clutter is strictly prohibited according to zen philosophy. The zen palette is all about natural shades, especially wood tones, beige, pale gold and antique white- all kinds of subdued hues.
Sunlight is a form of positive energy and having it flow through your house shall reinforce a zen ambience. If you are inclined towards creating a meditation spot in your house, a space that is adorned with ample sunlight is a really good option.
Wall art with tranquil intricate detailing is a wonderful way to add glamour to your minimalistic place. These are known to make your home less stressful and more appealing.
One must remember that balance is the key. Don’t you feel serene just by looking at these pictures? Imagine transforming your house into one and living the good life. Let us know what you think.