12 Japanese Inspired Decor Elements You Will Love!
Japan is a country of centuries-old traditions and cartographically the eastern country of the world. But at the same time, the people who live there are some of the most dynamic in the world.
Typical Japanese decorations are usually very colorful or only black and white. For this purpose, you can use a wide variety of things and you will get not only a cheerful ambiance but the harmonious look that the Japanese interior is known for. Here are 12 beautiful Japanese-inspired decorations, you will love!
1. Zen Garden
This Zen Garden from ICNbuys automatically brings a feel-good atmosphere into the living room. Especially worth mentioning that you can arrange the garden yourself and thus give free rein to his creativity.
2. Japanese Tea Service
If you have a buffet with a glass display case, you can use it for Japanese decoration and display a Japanese tea service. In addition to traditional motifs, there are now also modern variants, which, however, in no way lack Japanese flair.
3. Zen Art Desktop Gong
The gong has a long tradition throughout Asia and also, especially in Japan. You can now have your own for your desk. Of course, you can not use it as a musical instrument, like the original ones, but the desk gong is rather a super nice decorative element.
4. Artistic Japanese Lanterns
These artistic Japanese lanterns are made of paper, so they are easy to hang and also quickly removed again. The top example was specially made of rice paper and has the traditional cherry blossoms as a motif. A romantic, Japanese decorative idea.
5. Decorative Tapestry Wall
The Japanese countryside, especially when the cherry trees are in bloom, is probably one of the most popular views of mankind. You can bring this view to your home. The decorative Tapestry Wall shows a blooming landscape with the famous mountain panorama from Japan. Easy to hang and therefore to remove, this decoration is really fun.
6. Japanese Table lamp
The lampshades should definitely be made of bamboo for Japanese decoration. In this way, you not only comply with a long tradition, but also give the room a certain exoticism, which greatly improves comfort.
7. Japanese Zen Garden with tree
We’ve already introduced you to the Zen Garden above, but we thought this one was so beautiful that we wanted to show it to you as well. This set not only looks extremely pretty but also fits on any desk. Who wants to decorate his table Japanese, which should definitely get such a Zen garden.
8. Japanese Tatami Mat
A traditional Japanese mat for the floor made of bamboo is a great idea when it comes to Japanese decoration. It will provide a pleasant feeling of treading on bare feet, while the warm wood color will give the room a warm ambiance.
9. Incense Sticks with decor
When it comes to the smaller Japanese decorations, you also have a wide choice. Thus, incense sticks with a pretty base are very suitable. They look pretty and at the same time provide a pleasant scent in the room.
10. Two Cranes Pillow
If you have ever been interested in origami, you know that the crane is a typical figure in Asia. For this reason, you can choose it for Japanese decoration as well. For example, you can give yourself a pillow, like the one shown in the picture above, to spread on your couch.
11. Japanese Style Room Divider
The room divider from Legacy Decor can be used as a classic room divider or as a privacy screen in your living and office spaces. With its traditional and simple look, it will give any room an incomparable Japanese flair. The artificial fleece in the style of shoji paper ensures sufficient incidence of light and makes the screen together with the thin struts look filigree and not like a massive wall.
12. Ceramic Floor Vase
Everyone probably knows the sinfully expensive Chinese Ming vases. But also in Japan vases are often used as decorations. You can also use these beautiful decorative elements for your home. Don’t worry, you don’t have to spend a fortune. There are also high-quality ceramic vases for under 100$ (like the one in the picture above).