Japanese culture is saturated with love and respect for nature. In Japanese decoration , the best way to maintain a strong connection with the natural world is to bring natural interiors.

If you need the interior of your home to have an air of peace, where you can breathe calm and relax easily, oriental minimalist decoration is what you are looking for and what can best be adapted to your needs.

Elements of nature in Japanese decoration

Adding traditional Japanese plants, such as bonsai and bamboo, will add a little touch of Japanese culture to your home. Consider adding smooth plants, such as palms or orchids. It’s not typical to see colorful flower arrangements in a Japanese home, so no matter which plant you choose, keep it simple, natural, and green.

Japanese homes also bring indoor nature through large windows that allow a wide view from various angles. Large sliding windows bring serene, natural views, opening your home to the wonders of nature.

Bathtubs in Japanese decoration


The serene sound of water bubbles will fill your meditative ears and you will immediately have a calming effect. Like plants, the elements of water are imperatives in the Japanese home. Bathtubs are small, deep tubes that usually have a kind of bench seat. Those tubs are becoming an oriental trend that many homeowners are looking for.

Turn your bathroom into a lighted escape by adding one of these tubs. This is the last way to meet the east with the west and create a spa atmosphere in your home.

Japanese-style sliding doors or windows

An authentic Japanese sliding door is an essential element in Japanese decoration . Due to the high cost of houses, Japanese homes tend to be small and many residents rent apartments, so conserving every square inch of space is essential.


Instead of conventional doors, sliding doors are often used to save space. An authentic Japanese lampshade is made of translucent paper in a wooden frame. This is the equivalent of conventional walls and are some aspects of Japanese decoration .

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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