Cement-colored Japandi apartment, bringing meditation space into daily life
The Japandi style apartment with cement colors has brought meditation space into the daily life of the owner. The space is connected through sliding doors – a characteristic of the country of cherry blossoms.
Apartment with an area of 100m2 in District 2 (HCMC) was built by architects Nguyen Tran Hieu and Ly Nhut Khanh in 35 days. In which, the total renovation cost for the whole project is 600 million VND.
Ly Nhut Khanh shared, the original design of the apartment consisted of 3 bedrooms, renovated into a large bedroom, a playroom for the baby and a meditation room.
The large bedroom and the children’s playroom are separated by a sliding door. When pushed out, it becomes a spacious space for the baby to run and jump comfortably.
The owner is a lover of simple, light and peaceful space. Therefore, the design team chose the Japandi style as the main theme.
“Many people think that the Japanese and Nordic styles will not have anything in common, but when they are put together in the same interior design, they become strangely compatible. It is also because of the taste. Today’s human aesthetic is focused on simplicity, natural elements and comfort, so it’s not surprising that these two design styles are combined together, creating the “Japandi” style. (also known as Japan and Scandi)”, architect Ly Nhut Khanh said.
The beauty of this design style is towards the rustic, airy and neat space. The simplicity of the Japandi style is more about the function of the furniture than the decoration.
The main color tone for the whole space is cement gray, light wood and white.
The dining table is designed seamlessly with the kitchen counter to make the space more open. Blue kitchen cabinets create accents and bring freshness and vitality to the apartment. Besides natural light, the apartment is arranged with many bamboo and rattan hanging lights, wall lights and ceiling lights to increase aesthetics.
The meditation room is simply designed, without placing many objects in order to help the homeowner when meditating without being entangled or distracted. The glass door behind the curtain can overlook the living room.
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