Comfort is guaranteed when it comes to the elegant as its upholstered headboard makes a bold statement indeed! The bed itself is simple and minimal in design and features a wooden frame. Its distinct headboard can be customized in a variety of fabrics and patterns giving each bespoke creation a unique personality.
The Japanese sect of Buddhism that the word hails from originally borrowed it from the concept of of the Indian Vedic school of learning that the west today identifies as meditation. No wonder then that any Zen-inspired interior is heavily laced with Japanese and Indian artifacts and that unmistakable influence of Oriental style.
It is amazing to see how the word ‘Zen’ is something every design aficionado identifies even if he is not really well versed in the culture of the Far East. For those who love interior design it represents a balance of elements an air of tranquility and a style where mind and matter both find solace.
It is a style that is catching on in homes across America with coastal homes in California and Florida increasingly attempting to recapture this inviting and inimitable ambiance. The likes of farmhouse beach style and shabby chic also combine well with carefully crafted stone walls.
The contemporary variants of the classic Zen style still remain true to many of the original principles but give them a more urbane twist. Since many of us might not wish to adopt that full-fledged Asian look a good compromise is to create a minimal bedroom that is cozy inviting and has a distinct character of its own. This is of course easier said than done and the focus here must be on eliminating clutter while making sure that the bedroom is not too sterile and artificial.
Your bedroom is meant to be a place of relaxation. If it doesn’t offer you that at least to some extent then you’re going to have a hard time getting to sleep. Despite the fact that there are so many different ways you can create a calming atmosphere with your bedroom furniture and decor an incredibly unique way to do it is by taking inspiration from cloud gazing over a blue or gray sky. How much more relaxing can you get?