What exactly is Wabi-sabi style? Why has it suddenly become popular and seems to be proliferating in large
Wabi-sabi seems to be proliferating among large homes.
Wabi-sabi is a Zen style that follows nature and can be used without embellishment to show the simplicity of beauty, but also dynamic life. Perhaps in the complicated daily life, there is a need for a kind of conflict
Perhaps in the complicated daily life, there is a need for a kind of conflict and tranquility, so that Zen can cleanse the anxious heart. Interior design, in fact, is sometimes
Interior design is sometimes like exploring the true nature of life.
But...it is a decorating style brought to life by the famous netizen Kardashian for many reasons.
There are many reasons for this, but one of the main factors is a sense of purity, as if it can wash away the anxiety
The heart of the anxious and complex too into the world, but also because of the uniqueness, scarcity and
It is also rare and expensive because of its uniqueness.
One of the main decorative materials used, micro-cement cost 300 ~ 1000 / per square foot
And the cost of ordinary latex paint is 30~120/per square foot.
In this large flat apartment, the living room and dining room are combined into one, which is very open.
The dining table is made of a whole piece of Italian Roman travertine, which is the soul of the whole space.
The dining table is made of a whole piece of Italian Roman travertine, which is the soul of the whole space, reflecting the elegance of nature with the original material itself.
The round coffee table in the living room is also made of Roman travertine, which not only creates visual continuity but also reflects the natural elegance of the stone.
continuity, but also can reflect the natural state of the stone, in the process of deposition
naturally produced uneven holes, reflecting that only the years remain to have today's bright The rarity of the moon.The "room within a room" technique is used to combine the tea room with the landscape to create a
A chic space for contemplation. When people sip tea or read in the tea room, they can look up and see green plants and trees, which adds a bit of Zen.