Take a look inside a Japanese home and you’ll understand why they love minimalism
In the era of minimalist design, there is no one better than the Japanese to display the very essence of minimalism incorporated in their daily life. A Japanese home is minimalist to the core right form design to furnishing, fittings and accessories. There is an important psychological truth in minimalism which can easily state that the less you spend on cluttering your home, there more order and organization there will be even in daily life. Take a look at how a regular Japanese family lives and you’ll understand why Japanese love minimalism. Minimalism.
1 No beds
In several Japanese homes, people may not even have beds. The floor is so clean that they prefer mattresses on floor instead.
2 No toiletries lying around
Even in the bathroom, you won’t find toiletries lying around. Shampoos and soaps are all concealed on ledges.
3 Only regular clothes in wardrobes
You will find only clothes worn everyday in the closet and nothing extra.
4 Minimal bedroom furniture
Bedroom furniture consists of only a table and chair besides a bed if there is one.
5 Nothing in the refrigerator
The refrigerator will contain only the bare necessities and no junk food.
6 And nothing in the kitchen either
A Japanese kitchen will be sparkling clean with the least crockery and cutlery as they believe too many utensils and knives and forks dirty and untidy the place.
7 Just enough pots and pans for cooking
A Japanese kitchen cupboard will have a minimum number of pots and pans necessary only for cooking and nothing else.
8 Minimum furniture at home
The House itself will contain the least amount of furnishing so that there is more living space. There are no distractions while work or study which is why Japanese love minimalism.
9 No luxury lighting
A Japanese home will have aesthetic lighting without the use of luxurious light fixtures.
10 Why the need for minimalist design
Because without much stuff to clutter your home, there is more space and of course it will be lighter and airier. An organized home means an organized mind according to the Japanese and the less furniture the more open your mind is to concentrate on work. Now you know why Japanese love minimalism.