Zen Buddhism has existed since the 5th century, when it was first created in China and later developed further in Japan. Dedicated to meditation and inner peace, the Zen philosophy in today's context teaches us about the importance of minimalism in one's own home. Housing is actually not easy to describe, because it resembles a mix of religious teaching, art, philosophy. In the original sense, it is considered a " Condition of meditative sinking " Roger that.
The reduction to the essentials of the device should lead to a peaceful attitude towards life. Housing teaches that the order in our environment is reflected in our subconscious. Just as you admire and long for the tranquility of the blue sea during your summer vacation.
Close to nature: landscaped garden pond allows a direct view of the countryside
The presence of wood elements and bright shades creates a harmonious overall picture
In today's tiring everyday life, the quest for peace and seclusion is especially valued: in your own home you want to recharge your batteries and focus on the essentials of life. How do you achieve this?
The teaching says that man should pay attention only to the immediate presence. The goal here is relaxation and spatial perception with almost physical immobility. Then you also want to do his interior design.
The first thing you have to throw out the old, not used things from the living rooms. Clear the rooms by asking yourself what benefits the available items have. If you do not want to say goodbye to a cherished deco item, tuck it safely.
Second, the M ö belst ü be harmoniously adapted to the overall picture and by no means stand in the way. S Imagine how the energy flows undisturbed through the rooms and what might inhibit it. Pay attention to the colors : only simple and relaxed nuances find their place in the interior. The natural colors can be a guide: bright green, blue, brown, beige and white.
little one . unobtrusive home accessories schm ü selected ä htte places in the house : a vase . Holzfigur . a crystal st ü ck or picture of the waterfall. Again, natural and simple. Less is more in interior design in Zen - style . so that you can finish the day in simple aesthetics.
The neutral color palette and the simple furnishings make the functional, comfortable living design
Zen Buddhism promotes the neutral color palette only with some colorful accents
The lushness of the garden as a natural background
Seating group in Japanese style and color scheme in warm colors