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Japans minimalisme - soChicken
In Japan pakken ze het altijd nét iets serieuzer aan. Laat je inspireren (en niet gek maken) door deze prachtige voorbeelden.
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Rustic Wall Decor
Just one spoon and one fork is necessary.
Suppose design office - House in Koamicho - Hiroshima, Japan 2009. Photo (c)Toshiyuki Yano (via the absolute DESIGN blog…)
Japanese Interior Design
Japanese Home Decor
The negative space speaks louder than the spaces filled with stuff.
You get to think of your possessions in a fresh way.
...even in the least likely situations.
And some scenes are perfect for Instagram.
Windows and decorations don't compete with each other.
And you never need to think about which pot to use for which dish.
There's nothing to distract you.
There's a certain beauty to it.
But sometimes minimalism means not owning a mop.
Each object has its own place and purpose.
Declutter Your Mind
...and your mind.
It's a way to de-clutter your life...
Part of the minimalist philosophy is keeping together the objects that belong together.
Hanging objects on simple hooks is a clean, popular storage strategy among minimalists.
Less Is More
They're easily within reach.
Because there aren't many items in the first place, the ones you need are easy to find.
This ceiling lamp is just a plain white circle.
It's easy to keep your kitchen counter clean if you don't have much to put on it.
The lack of furniture means more space to stretch out.
Minimalist Home Decor
...but that doesn't mean they can't be beautiful.
One Bedroom Apartment
It's all about having only simple objects...
...and sometimes not even a chair.
Even living rooms are de-cluttered. The only furniture here is a desk and chair.