1. Two Apartments In Modern Minimalist Japanese Style

    Japanese style interior inspired by Zen philosophy, bringing cool and minimalist forms are integrated in traditional Japanese style. Open space without walls allow more air circulation and organic flow between interior and exterior. Japanese traditional Zen philosophy inspires the simplistic, natural essence found in minimalist architecture and design. Line, form, space, light and material are but a few of the essential elements central to this widely popular design aesthetic. For today we want to present you Two Apartments In Modern Minimalist Japanese Style. Japanese style evolves around clean and uncluttered living, holding tightly to balance, order, ancient customs and a love for natural beauty. In this article we look at designs that stay true to the essence of this fierce minimalism in Japanese interiors […] 

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  2. Scandinavian Apartment With Playful Messages

    A simply fabulous Scandinavian apartment caught our attention on Common to this style, a state of purity dominates the interiors that are also ready to meet all the inhabitants’ needs and requirements. But, at the same time, playful elements animate the rooms, creating the feeling that you are in a story and you have to decode hidden messages. For example, a note on a pillow: ‘Nothing goes over my head. My reflexes are too fast I would catch it.’, a sticker in the bedroom saying ‘In the end there is only love. or a blackboard in the kitchen stating that ‘that’s the heart of the home’. The fact that you find little letters in every room adds personality and intimacy to a house, establishing a so-called inner dialogu

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  3. Scandinavian Design In A Contemporary Loft by Denis Krasikov

    Scandinavian design reflects clarity, smooth communication and a feeling of freedom and joy you usually experience during holidays. I guess this is because its well-organised layouts, lovely colours and modern ornaments that connect your spirit to what’s new, catchy and hot at the moment. Due to its contemporary, fresh look, young designers embrace the principles of the Scandinavian design immediately and transform their projects in Nordic masterpieces. For example, the loft below realised by Denis Krasikov in Murmansk, Russia. Every rooms has something appealing and cheerful – ‘I have no time for your negative bullshit’, the motivational sentences in the living room, the rain of lighting 

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