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How to decorate your art nicely with your interior

Japanese Style

Decorate in a Japanese-style room

A luxurious Japanese space that enhances spirituality.

Wouldn't it be nice if you could see the beautiful night view of Tokyo from the large living room with the ocean view of a high-rise condominium? However, in reality, there is such a Japanese-style room next to the living room. Even an old-fashioned Japanese-style room can become a comfortable space depending on the arrangement. In New York, some people even make tatami corners in one room of a high-rise condominium, decorate hanging scrolls, place ceramics, and use it as a tea room. In addition, due to the porosity of shoji paper, the shoji is ventilated and cleaned in a very natural way.

It also has hygroscopicity, which suppresses indoor temperature changes. Shoji can be said to be fittings suitable for Japanese houses with high humidity. The abstract paintings drawn on Shiroki's Echizen Japanese paper create a slightly advanced artistic atmosphere for the lighting of Isamu Noguchi made of Japanese paper and shoji rooms. You can create a highly spiritual space to reset yourself from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Rather than spending money on remodeling, decorating a little art will complete such a Japanese-style modern. How about aiming for an art decoration that suits your height rather than creating an unrealistic space?

◉ Interior color palette
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