Relax and Cozy Japanese Floor Bed

Oct 19th

The Japanese floor bed style is increasingly present in Western homes. It is a decoration that fits very well to the bedrooms, as they offer a very natural look that breathes calm and peace. You can apply it in the whole room or in small brushstrokes. Any bedroom that has Japan as inspiration must have some visible element that directly relates the space with its muse. For example, a tapestry with an oriental landscape is a good start.

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The Japanese floor bed is an ideal refuge to relax and escape from worldly problems. They are sober and elegant, and follow the minimalist pattern of less is more. The large, open rooms with large windows are perfect for installing a Japanese bedroom. Let natural light invade the space to give it a fresh and cozy look. The earth colors have a great role; among the most used tones we have brown, beige, cream and black.

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You can incorporate small accents in orange, blue, green and red in accessories and textiles. To cover the floor, he uses a tatami mat, a Japanese floor bed material made of rice straw, ideal for walking barefoot on it. If you do not want to cover the entire floor with this material use only a large mat.