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Japanese style ideas for bedroom

The redecoration of a bedroom is a good idea to revitalize the space and acquire new trends. Home Decoration with Asian style has become very popular. One way to introduce this style into your home is through a Japanese style bedroom. The influence of this culture in the bedroom features a minimalist style and earthy colors. Whether you choose to incorporate only some key elements or create a full Japanese style, redecorating a bedroom in this style can be very satisfying.


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Tatami mats
In many traditional Japanese homes, the floors are covered with woven straw mats called tatami. Within Japanese bedroom style, these rugs can be used as mats for the side of the bed or as a place to eat or meditate. For a more complete Japanese style, covering the entire floor with tatami mats. The website “Haiku Designs” also suggests the creation of a tatami sleeping. They can be placed in an area specifically designed for bed frame that is low to the ground and built of mats. Once the mats are in place, you can add a mattress on top for convenience.

Instead of using large substrates for the bed, many Japanese futon mattresses sleep on the ground. These mattresses can be removed during the day to make room for the daily chores. If a mattress on the floor is not very attractive, consider buying a bed frame at ground level. The “Design and Furniture Ideas” highlights that most modern Japanese homes used furniture at ground and space-saving.
Accessories and Decoration
Since the primary function of many Japanese designs is to save space, accessories and decor of the bedrooms Japanese tend to be multi-functional and minimalist. For example, a small table called “kotatsu” serves both as to eat and drink tea or as a heating unit. The Japanese use multiple forms screens, such as space dividers or to hide unused items.


The Japanese style includes many natural and muted colors. However, the red color stands out in many designs. In a bedroom, the green shades can go very well, in Japanese culture, green represents freshness and rest, according to the website “Temarikai”. For furniture, wood is the chosen choice. The website “Ideas and Furniture Design” emphasizes that while the furniture and the decor does not necessarily have to match all the wood used must have the same tone.