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Samurai Fashion for the Modern day Property : More Ideas for Japanese Interiors – Element 3 - http://www.decorationarch.com/home-design-tips/samurai-fashion-for-the-modern-day-property-more-ideas-for-japanese-interiors-element-3.html

Samurai Fashion for the Modern day Property : More Ideas for Japanese Interiors – Element 3 - http://www.decorationarch.com/home-design-tips/samurai-fashion-for-the-modern-day-property-more-ideas-for-japanese-interiors-element-3.html

3) Japanese Style Sliding Doors Or Screens An authentic Japanese screen is called a Shoji, and it is an essential design element in Japanese homes. Japanese homes tend to be small so conserving every square inch of space is essential. Shoji’s slide back and forth, saving space that a swinging door would take up.  They do not block the natural light and views of nature.  Read more: http://freshome.com/2014/07/29/10-ways-to-add-japanese-style-to-your-interior-design/#ixzz390SZgJWi

3) Japanese Style Sliding Doors Or Screens An authentic Japanese screen is called a Shoji, and it is an essential design element in Japanese homes. Japanese homes tend to be small so conserving every square inch of space is essential. Shoji’s slide back and forth, saving space that a swinging door would take up. They do not block the natural light and views of nature. Read more: http://freshome.com/2014/07/29/10-ways-to-add-japanese-style-to-your-interior-design/#ixzz390SZgJWi

Why I chose to combine minimalist and zen interior design for my dream home (and the difference between these two styles of interior decorating)

Why I chose to combine minimalist and zen interior design for my dream home (and the difference between these two styles of interior decorating)

My favorite way in which this melting pot manifests itself is in our interiors. It isn’t unusual to see homes decorated with the flair of another part of the globe, or maybe even 3 or 4 other parts of the globe, all thrown in together. Many people find the term “eclectic” to be overused in decorating, but I just think it’s an easy way to describe the mix of cultures and styles that we all love.

My favorite way in which this melting pot manifests itself is in our interiors. It isn’t unusual to see homes decorated with the flair of another part of the globe, or maybe even 3 or 4 other parts of the globe, all thrown in together. Many people find the term “eclectic” to be overused in decorating, but I just think it’s an easy way to describe the mix of cultures and styles that we all love.

Thinking this might be the alternative I have been looking for... No more dinner sitting on the couch.

Thinking this might be the alternative I have been looking for... No more dinner sitting on the couch.

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