Vietnamese warm Japanese nests


Japanese interior style with minimalistic spirit, easy to clean is chosen by many Vietnamese homeowners.

Japanese architecture and interiors are inspired by simplicity and nature. Japanese houses are often designed with large openings and wide doorways to get sunlight and wind. Furniture is usually less detailed, mainly made of wood and bamboo, holds many items and is easy to clean. Due to cultural activities, Japanese household items are closer to the floor. For example, they use a low tea table so that they can sit on the couch.

Japanese style creates a neat and bright feeling, so many Vietnamese homeowners choose to like the works below.

Hanoi apartment is bold Japanese

The 132-square-meter apartment located in Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi is the home of a family of 5. Buying a house in early 2019, the landlord decided to renovate, to have a modern, warm and bright place.

The living room connects to the kitchen, separated by the kitchen island and divided by convention by changing the ceiling d├ęcor. Kitchen island is used as a dining table. Image: Hoang Le.

The owner loves Japanese culture, so the apartment is designed in Japanese style with gray-brown as the main color. In every space in the house, there are also shelves and cabinets with evenly divided compartments – which is a familiar feature of Japanese shelves. Thanks to these cabinets, the indoor space is airy and always tidy.

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Japanese-style apartments help homeowners do not worry about cleaning

The owner loves Japanese culture and wants to have plenty of room to hide his belongings, so that the house is always spacious and tidy. From this request, the apartment of more than 80 m2 in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City for two people is arranged many wooden cabinets with Japanese style.

Living room space, kitchen and dining room connected.  Photo: RKUDO Studio.

Living room space, kitchen and dining room connected. Image: RKUDO Studio.

Wood cabinets run along the length of the walls, allowing homeowners to comfortably store books and decorations. In the bedroom, the bed is also used as a storage space. The bed surface has doors, when you open it, you can see the storage below.

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Japanese-style apartments help homeowners hide all their belongings

120 m2 apartment in District 2, Ho Chi Minh City for a couple with two small children, who love Japanese-style interior space, cozy, cozy and functional.

The living space is full of light thanks to large windows and neutral-colored interiors.  Photo: Quang Tran.

The living space is full of light thanks to large windows and neutral-colored interiors. Image: Quang Tran.

All furniture is wall mounted, or concealed as much as possible. In the living room, the walled cabinet system stores all furniture. Japanese furnishings such as reflective beds and sliding doors were also introduced.

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The apartment ‘transformed’ the bedroom door

Acquired a 90 m2 apartment in Hai Ba Trung district, Hanoi, a family of three members decided to renovate to have a Japanese living space.

At the request of the owner, a part of the old wall was removed to expand the kitchen. At the wall behind the TV, the design team arranged a Japanese-style umbrella to increase the natural light source and create a more spacious feeling for the living room.

The glass partition behind the TV shelf helps the project bright, spacious and more Japanese.  Photo: Hoang Le.

The glass partition behind the TV shelf helps the project to be bright, spacious and more Japanese. Image:Hoang Le.

In particular, the door to the small bedroom is made of industrial wood covered with fake concrete color like the wall, if you don’t look closely, you will not see. This approach is to reduce details in the house, create large uninterrupted color arrays and increase the impression of the building. The hidden door also surprised visitors when they first visited the house.

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Minh Trang

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