Click through to see 12 items that will add Japanese style to your home decor:
#1 Baltic linen table cloth, $135, from Kamilinen.
Linen is elegant and homey at the same time, and adds texture to your decor. You can break it out for house parties and cosy get-togethers, and its simple style and colour won’t distract from the food.
#2 IKORNNES ash table mirror, $39.90, from IKEA.
It can be placed atop your dressing table or hung on the wall to save space. Chic, functional and minimalistic so you can focus squarely on your gorgeous face.
#3 Comet Lamp, $549, from Galanga Living.
The beautiful cutouts let more light through without being too over-powering. Perfect for the dining room!
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#4 Gebruder Thonet Vienna single curved stool, from $1,045, from Space Furniture.
Wooden chairs can be beautiful and not boring. Keep an eye out for one with a unique armrest or backrest design that’s ergonomic and stylish at the same time.
#5 House Doctor Bowl by Hand, $14, from Mondays Off.
Hand-crafted utensils and serveware inject a sense of personality and character to your kitchen arsenal, as well as make mealtime more interesting.
#6 KAMUY dining table, price upon request, from Conde House.
Ah, the classic wooden dining table. You want the natural texture to speak for itself, so look for one with minimal detailing using good quality wood material.
#7 Handmade Vases, $280 - $520, from Still Wares.
Breathe life into your home decor by including some house plants. Even one vaseful of fresh sprigs can instantly liven up the space. These hand-crafted ones feature earthy tones that are calming and peaceful to look at.
#8 Oak low table, $469, from MUJI.
Low coffee tables really channel the Japanese-style vibe. Better yet if you do away with the sofa and use pillows, cushions, rugs and other soft furnishings for seating!
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#9 Mini Vase in Green, $18, from Oh Leaf.
#10 Hang Cactus, $89, from Comfort Design.
Useful for hanging up towels, aprons, clothing, ties…
#11 Swing Bin, $129, from Foundry.
Yes, even where you discard items matter when it comes to Japanese minimalism. Keep it simple yet practical with a swinging lid in a sleek design.