The Zen lounge in your home with a minimalist and uncluttered inspiration, and with a natural and soothing style. Why not ? A society based on work dreams of rest.
A zen room is a great place not only to dream, but also to rest.
Zen Lounge - a design that recalls the silhouette of a Japanese pagoda with a slightly elevated seating
The purpose of Zen is to make pure and bring us to a state of harmony, a return to equilibrium. Keep this in mind when choosing the ideal furniture for your Zen lounge, opt for low furniture. The choice of the sofa, which will also be very low, and the rest of the furniture that will extend horizontally rather than vertically.
Design chairs with hanging lamps and a coffee table
As choice of materials, it is best to promote light wood and paint matt tones. For fabrics, use clear tissue that give a feeling of freshness and lightness, be sure to also promote soft fleece material. The suspensions should provide a diffuse and soft light, but it should encourage the entry of natural light. Avoid overloading the room, favoring a more minimalist decor, which emphasizes the quality of these. rice paper partitions are very important in Japanese culture, and traditional design has a side decidedly modern and contemporary. Some are sliding, and serve as doors, and privacy is guaranteed by their non-transparent appearance.
Solid wood table matches the minimalist style in the Zen lounge
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