Zen Inspired Interior Design

Our homes should be the place where we feel most calm and peace, and what better style to promote these feelings of serenity than a zen inspired space, like those featured in ourJapanese Zen Gardens post and our look at Japanese Style Interior Design. In this post we're focussing not only on traditional Japanese zen, but also on its modern adaptations.

1 |Visualizer: EkeInteriorFloor cushions around a low table are an easy way to create an oriental dining zone, along with high contrast dark wood against a soothing warm cream backdrop. 

2 |Visualizer: Sergei DavidoffThis example of slightly elevated low seating would prove easier on the knees and back than floor cushions. The shelving that overlaps the edges of the wall column in this design are slightly reminiscent of the silhouette of a Japanese pagoda. 

3 |Visualizer: Viktor Fretyán

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5 |Architect: Shinichi Ogawa & AssociatesMinimalistic lines are the obvious influence of traditional Japanese interiors on contemporaryspaces. 

6 |Architect: Edward Suzuki AssociatesBalance is key in a zen style home. 

7 |Architect: Takuro Yamamoto ArchitectsSimplicity. Clutter is not part of the zen philosophy. 

8 |Photographer: MarserThis is Rurikou-in temple, Kyoto

9 |The temple is shielded by nature. 

10 |Softness underfoot creates relaxation in a zen room. 

11 |Architect: Studio MumbaiPlay with natural light. 

12 |Designer: George NakashimaA zen room is a place of harmony. 

13 |Embrace nature. 

14 |Via: Architecture In TransformationIdeally, a zen room would be free from peace disturbing electronic devices. 

15 |Paper paneled doors never fail to evoke an oriental look, install in doubles for balance. 

16 |Via: Live DoorNatural materials are key. 

17 |Visualizer: EkeInteriorA low Japanese style platform bed is the obvious winner for a zen bedroom scheme. 

18 |Architect: Sanuki + NishizawaThis is a bold way to bring nature into a scheme with a look of permanence and stability rather than in a moveable pot. 

19 |Buy It: $1295This contemporary Japanese platform bed includes low slung bedside tables. 

20 |This modern bedroom translates the simplistic lines and warm natural palette of a traditionally zen space. 

21 |Designer:  Roche BoboisThis up to date play on zen styles out each simplistic element. 

22 |Another fashionable take on the platform bed. 

23 |Designer: Roche BoboisThis Japanese inspired bed incorporates an eye-catching illuminated platform, but the room is still based on a zen theory of clean lines and warm natural hues. 

24 |Via: SFGirlByBayThis window seat complete with tea kettle is a zen box. 

25 |This platform bed has been updated with a bright bedspread. 

26 |Designer: George NakashimaPaper lanterns are a pretty and cost effective way to light a zen scheme. 

27 |Architect: Heidi + Peter WengerZen dining areas can be formal too. 

28 |Via: Trilogy PartnersThe backs on these floor seats are a welcome addition. 

29 |Photographer: Melanie KoA basic sunken fire pit can keep things cozy. 

30 |Keep any accent colors uplifting. 

31 |These floor level seats are smoothly carved from a single piece of wood. 

32 |Via: Doctor DisruptionA rustic look works well in a zen inspired room. 

33 |Via: your room could open up to a garden then utilize it. 

34 |Photographer: SheyxGardens should be washed in zen style too. 

35 |Visualizer: Angelina AlexeevaIf you don’t have an outdoor garden, you could always incorporate the zen garden ideal within your interior room, using twisted trees and pebbles. 

36 |Visualizer: Evan MandalaBamboo and green fronds bring a sense of calm. 

37 |Via: Divine Bathroom DesignsAn interior zen courtyard is an amazing solution if space allows. 

38 |This highly contemporary straight edged bath tub harks at the minimalistic lines of zen influence. 

39 |Architect: Escher GuneWardenaSource: LA TimesAnother zen garden. 

40 |Architect: Aidlin Darling DesignA sunken bath tub takes the minimalistic zen look a step further. 

41 |Zen meditation room. 

42 |Architect: Takuro Yamamoto ArchitectsAnother minimalistic adaptation. 

43 |Source: DwellA border of bamboo need not take up a lot of space. 

44 |Architect: MM++A wide border can hold adventurous planting. 

45 |Architect: mA StyleLight-wells work as an ideal place for planting. 

46 |Designer: Massimo Iosa Ghini

47 |Designer: Toyo Kitchen

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49 |Designer: BakokoThe horizontal lines are quite strong here. 

50 |Architect: Milligram StudioSimplistic furniture.

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