Transform your kitchen into a peaceful and tranquil place by incorporating a Japanese-inspired design. Saturate your kitchen with custom traditions and natural beauty. We are here to inspire your next remodeling project and find out how you can surround yourself with balance and order from a Japanese kitchen design.
Tranquil Japanese Dining Area Design
Give your dining room a twist by using two different levels for a single dining table. Make an adjacent platform by the kitchen pantry to make a raised surface for half of dining table and provide a couple of zabutons; place a couple of square framed stool by the other half to provide more seating. Accessorize with a lantern-style lamp and black Japanese tea set.
Minimalist Kitchen Design
Incorporate elements of nature to your furnishings, as it’s one of the key elements of a Japanese design. Give your modern kitchen a Japanese feel by using a few light-framed wood stools by the pantry counter to recreate a typical Japanese ramen bar look.
Exposed Wooden Ceiling – Warm Japanese Inspired Kitchen
The exposed beams of the ceilings provide a beautiful aesthetic to any Japanese-style kitchen. Combine natural materials with modern design to bring a warm look for your kitchen, like this wooden custom-built kitchen set with black marble top. Use the pantry counter for casual dining area by placing a pair of black light-framed stools.
U-Shaped Kitchen Design
Infuse a little bit of Japanese to your kitchen by using more natural material – like wood or bamboo panels – to build your custom-built kitchen set. Natural materials are very versatile and can be easily combined with other materials. Copy the clever idea to create a hidden wine storage right inside the island counter to save more space. Place a couple of black Japanese-style stool by the counter to make it a casual dining area. Make a decoration statement by placing a Japanese-style vase in the black hanging frame, right by the black screen door.
Use Wooden Kitchen Set Japanese Style
The wooden Japanese-style kitchen set with shoji-inspired cabinet doors will be a great addition to your kitchen space. Surround your kitchen with screen windows that match the kitchen set, to allow more natural lights to the room and bring more warmth to the kitchen.
We love how modern appliances can be made to feel more grounded and earthy when combined with the right details. Hang a couple of lamp with grid frames – resembling a traditional Japanese lamp – and add a few wooden stools by the kitchen counter for a little Japanese touch to your kitchen.
Spacious Kitchen and Dining Room in One Place
Another key element of a Japanese style design is to bring more natural lights to the room to create a warm and serene ambiance. Build your wood staircase with raw natural finishing, and use wood frames for the window as a way to incorporate more nature element to the home. Place a simple light-framed wooden dining table set next to the adjoined kitchen for more Japanese touch.
Shoji Style Door for Kitchen Cabinet
Decorate your kitchen Japanese-style using light wood custom-built kitchen set with a black counter to embrace natural element; design one particular kitchen cabinet with a shoji-style door. Create a bar area by placing a few black stools by the kitchen island, and hang a couple of lamps that resembles traditional Japanese lantern for a complete look.
Elaborate Japanese Kitchen Design
More and more people are incorporating Japanese style to the rooms in their home to create a sense of clean and uncluttered living. You can do the same with your kitchen by using furnishings that represent Japanese style; like a clean-lined wooden kitchen set with wood grid cabinet doors, another beautiful cabinet with light details, and a square multi-functional hardwood table. Create a dedicated decorative corner displaying Japanese wall art and traditional tea cup sets.
A great place for a Japanese-style kitchen is right by a large window, to bring the natural outside indoors. Even an ultra-modern kitchen set can be infused with a little Japanese touch by adding natural material, like wood, as a part of the hanging kitchen cabinet.
Japanese Vertical Window Screen Details
An easy way to give a Japanese look to any kitchen is by using a vertical screen, for the window panels around the kitchen that resemble an authentic Japanese screen shoji with translucent paper over a wood frame, to diffuse lights and shadows.
Use Traditional Locker
Bring the Japanese experience to your home with a kitchen set that incorporates Japanese-style wooden panels and wood frames. Place a few old wooden stools by the island counter and enhance the whole look with traditional Japanese home appliances, and traditional wooden lockers.
Compact Japanese Kitchen Design
A beautiful kitchen with the perfect kitchen set that captures all important elements of a Japanese design. The cabinet doors designed with wood grids to resemble shoji frames, open shelves made to display traditional Japanese tea cups. Place a few light-framed wooden stools with white cushion by the counter to create a casual dining area. Steal the idea and use a Sakura printed wallpaper for the backsplash to complete the whole Japanese look.
Urban Style Kitchen
Dress up your kitchen with light natural colors; leave your window without curtains to bring more natural lights and inviting the nature indoors. Furnish the kitchen with multi-purpose wooden kitchen cabinet with open shelves that provides plenty of space to organize kitchen necessities and put the items on display to give a homier feel. Create an adjoining dining area by placing a light-framed wooden dining table set.