Wabi-sabi has always been designed with simplicity in mind. But when it comes to tone, most people will definitely say wabi-sabi = light tone. Especially for a large-scale renovation project such as a villa, monotony is most feared.
I love wabi-sabi style, but I don't want to pretend to be a model house, it can actually be customized in terms of wood.
1. Light logs
The log walls are paired with a red series of hand-painted landscape wallpapers to emphasize visual center of space.
A simple and elegant space with zen chandeliers gives this quiet space a slightly different feel.
In log wall panels and plant inserts, more attention is paid to expression of natural elements.
There is no overly ornate decoration here, but it emphasizes a sense of hierarchy in a restrained manner that naturally stands up to scrutiny.
2. Gray magazines
The overall tone is mostly warm grey. A simple gray sofa pairs with base color concrete wall, bringing out a certain unpolished beauty.
The natural marble and glass coffee table is filled with a fashion sense, and gray color of log is an overtone, harmonious and natural.
The full wood pattern contains a calm oriental aesthetic, simple geometric lines, soft tones, unique and self-contained.
3. Wood color combination
The general wall of villa is painted light, wood against wall is same color as wall, and dark color in distance is used to create a key point.
The large shot is rich in texture, while far shot is harmonious and unified without disorder, lightness of whole space is emphasized.
The same principle applies to color combinations in a restaurant. The log table emphasizes layering of different materials.
The simpler structure in other rooms, smaller the area decorated with wooden elements.