floor lamps with zen in mind

by:EME LIGHTING     2019-10-26

The key commandment of Zen inspiration House is "less is more ".Meditation is space, cleanliness and order.Space Without elements is as important as immersing yourself in the elements.Space allows the inner elements to be combined in connection and invites us to focus, think, meditate, create, breathe and move with vision and purpose.In response to its minimalist appeal, Zen is a relatively cheap design.This is also a concept that introduces the natural resources of the Earth into things that create a harmonious and balanced rhythm of life.If you currently maintain a more or less chaotic living space (organized or unorganized) and really want to narrow down your furniture, consider stopping here and consulting Insight 8:"Disrupt your space" and advise on how to do this.There is a lot to say about creating open spaces and introducing the least amount of furniture to make the room "breathe" and "exist.The more open the space is, the less likely it is to be blocked, which can lead to stagnation.Reducing the size of the furniture and keeping the room well ventilated will enable chi 'to freely rejuvenate and pass through its space, thus promoting the renewal of oxygen and ions that are conducive to health.The art of Zen is to combine the essence of function with carefully selected aesthetics without the need for competition from many other elements that exist in space.Zen design focuses on internal needs and external comfort while reflecting light and a highly open space in harmony with nature.When designing the Zen room, arrange some furniture for the space.These works can be Asian designs or complementary to Asian styles.To help with your plan, it will be helpful to note that the original Zen furniture is the furniture of the shoji screen (Plaid panel covering translucent white rice)Paper), tatami (woven straw mat), tansu (wooden staircase-Ladder cabinet), hiachi (low square or rectangular wooden table with center opening traditionally used to heat tea), futon (tufted mattress mat) japanese wooden upright chest and traditional platform bed at any height.You may already have furniture that is easy to adapt to Zen themes;Or, consider buying Japanese artwork to achieve the look of Zen Buddhism.Non-Asian furniture complementary to the Zen theme is small to medium in size, simple and simple in design, visually using lightweight materials consisting of clean, straight lines, medium to dark wood finishes, provides the essence of comfort and functionality.Ideas for non-Asian style furniture in harmony with Zen themes can reflect the following pieces of wood: commode, low rectangular or square coffee tables and benches without backrest.Also adapting to Zen is a simple, wooden, non-Decorative style upright bookcase, flat top rectangular storage box with medium and short height and high cabinet with double flat top on one sidedoors.The works of modern design can be integrated into the zen theme to stimulate people's interest and interest.When making this selection, the design details of the part must be carefully considered to ensure compatibility.An example is a simple black leather chair or a small to medium size sofa with fine lines.The subtlety of the design is that the audience can complete the unfinished part.Choose quality instead of quantity.In a space, the minimum amount of furniture needs less money to buy, less cleaning time, and more time to enjoy.Zen space is like a brush on a blank canvas, where the artist creates infinite boundaries that allow the nature of the design to meet the needs of the residents.In order to realize the Zen of "less is more", plan your space with the least amount of furniture.Create open channels and ample spacing between furniture to facilitate chi 'circulation, relaxed body movement and relaxation.Creating an open concept in space planning will create the illusion of light, ventilation and vastness in one room.If you have a large room that can accommodate multiple functions, try to create a space in one space.The idea of reflecting this concept can be achieved by placing three floor pillows in a quiet corner of bedroom meditation and yoga.When located to separate the two spaces, the Japanese shoji screen can demarcate the dining area in the living room.Tall independent plants will close the space for exercise and fitness.The large accent rug placed under the furniture group can indicate a conversation area away from the entertainment part of the room.When creating various layouts, remember to set aside enough space between function groups to be open, freeThe path of flow.The empty space creates meditation and concentration, and the whole is more attractive than the sum of its various parts.Strive to create an asymmetrical balance in the placement of furniture as it brings about the spaciousness of nature, unpredictable and dynamic.Accessories -To maintain focus and meditation, the objects introduced in the creation of Zen rooms are limited to simple, clear, beautiful and meaningful places.Here are the simple accessory ideas that can be introduced into your scheme: Japanese lanterns (table top, floor or hanging model), Asia-Inspired waterfall (free-Standing floor model or table top model), aquarium, Zen Garden (Sand Rock Garden), kimono designated as wall hanging, Buddha, Zabuton (kneeling on large square floor mat for sitting), Zafo (round mat for meditation), various candles, incense, natural bonsai, flower arrangement (Japanese flower arrangement), Lotus and orchid, gong, shoji screen, blue and white porcelain urn, vase and other accessories, natural clay pottery made by hand in Japan, Crane, bamboo, tea set, hand woven basket, hand-designed silk (fabric for wall art, pillows or furniture decoration), mirrors and Asian-style carpets.Note: When putting "like" items together, try to group them into odd numbers (I.e.3, 5, 7, pillows on the sofa or 7, 9, 11 stones in the Zen Garden), as it creates a more lasting and stimulating visual interest in the eyes.Creating an asymmetrical (uneven) balance in the layout of furniture and accessories is a Zen way.Natural light is a key element of Zen space.According to Zen philosophy, windows should not be cluttered and allow fresh air to enter with the distribution of natural light.Mission lighting can consist of contemporary metal tubular floor lamps and desk lamps, which can be adjusted according to the height and direction of the lighting function activity.Ambient lighting can highlight Zen themes with Japanese desktop or floor style lanterns.A simple pot spotlight casts an upward glow on a majestic plant, creating an amazing interaction of shadows and light.The lights can be scattered behind the Japanese screen or in a series of white light around a tall, aspiring indoor tree.When highlighted with a directional ceiling fixture, the artwork displayed on the wall and around the room can be placed on the central stage.Use a mirror to spread the light to a darker area of the room.Zen View-Zen-inspired window care can be vertical or horizontal blinds in opaque fold tones and neutral colors.Select a light-Introduce air and natural light elements into the weight window handling of the space while closing it for privacy.The Shoji screen performs many functions when used as window processing.Its rice paper panel filters the amount of light that goes into the space, enhances privacy awareness and will mask the ugly outdoor landscape.Color Zen-sibility -The color of Zen is pure, bold and eye-catching.Consider introducing shades of blue, black, white, turquoise, gold, Burgundy, purple and other rich gems --Your plan.Total Zen view (design steps): 1.Define how you will create first impressions and comfort after entering your space.2.How do you want your space to feel?3.How will natural elements be used to achieve this feeling?4.Decide on any other elements and how they will be used in your room's design plan.5.Create a color scheme for this room (one or two dominant colors for the main area, I .E.e.Walls, floors or furniture and one or two accent colors for accessoriese.Lighting fixtures, pottery, carpets, curtains, photo frames, candle holders, pillows ).6.What main color would you choose for this room?7.What key color would you choose for this room?8.Define the theme for this room.9.Describe the accessories to enter this room.10.Describe the furniture entering the room.11.Describe the window handling of this room.12.Define the lighting of this room.13.How will you plan your furniture arrangement using the basic direction?14.What elements will you use to support spirituality?15.What kind of vision will symbolism represent?Follow these steps and you will complete your vision of the theme of Zen design.You can complete and forward the configuration file of "Zen completely imagine it" to: life space design of Yahoo.Feedback and evaluation.From the author's book "remember Zen", decorate your living space with inner vision --(52 weeks) the interactive journey of insight, inspiration and Enlightenment guides you through the "free" interactive help of interior designers throughout the book to design your home through your inner vision!
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