The design world is rediscovering Asia and its ageless, classic design styles, which evoke an image of serenity and tranquil charm. Asia-inspired interiors are like a peaceful oasis that makes you forget your never-ending rush and let you relax. Creating an Asian-inspired room is much more than just bringing a couple of decorations, you need to infuse a traditional, modern, minimalist or eclectic space with adorable oriental touches.
Keep The Backdrop Neutral
Asian décor is mostly inspired by nature itself, so keep the walls as neutral as possible. It’s also important to create a relaxing and soothing ambience, which is the essence of Asian interiors. You have a large range of colors: cream, white, grey, beige, very light pastels, so you’ll easily find a perfect fit. Remember that if you use bold decorations and furniture, they will look to advantage in such a clean and neutral room.
Add Bold Touches
Colorful Asian accent stand out in neutral interiors best of all. If you are choosing Chinese and Indian vibes, bold colors are a must. Besides, such bright touches will make your interior more eye-catching and lively. Most Asian designs will focus on the natural color of the wood and stones, contrasted with one painted or lacquered red piece of furniture and/or accessories. Black lacquered furniture is also very easy to fuse into a contemporary room.
Use Sculptural Lights And Paper Lanterns
Lights can really make up the whole interior, and an Asian-inspired one requires some stunning lamps that will accentuate the décor theme. pendant lights in oriental style, sculptural lamps and cool candle lanterns will make any interior East-infused.
Rock Organic Features
Smooth polished stones such as river rocks, sustainable bamboo blinds that replace the traditional drapes, intricately woven tatami mats, and potted plants and shrubs that bring in nature’s goodness tend to come together to paint that picture-perfect look. Such touches add a refined and relaxed look, if it’s a bathroom it’ll look like a spa.
Add Traditional Oriental Features
Choose traditional decorative features that will help to turn almost any interior into an Asian-inspired one. Small statues of laughing Buddha, decorative fans, Asian scroll paintings, a few jade statues, some oriental parasols, a shoji room divider or two, and throw pillow covers with Asian motifs should get the job done without forcing you to make permanent changes.
Create A Water Feature
Flowing water is considered both harmonious and positive according to Feng Shui, and a small water feature in the entrance room, living area, or even in the backyard is a welcome addition. Reflecting pools make for amazing additions and have a calming influence that is undeniable. Koi ponds just scream Asian culture, so these are perfect ones to give your interior an Eastern flavor.