20 In Style Japanese Table Designs

One of the most popular ways to design homes anymore, is using the theory of Zen. It is peaceful, tranquil, and bring an overall sense of wellness into the home. Oriental design is one that is all about simplicity. It is clean, well-balanced, orderly, and centers around natural beauty and ancient customs. Using nature is one of the most prominent elements of Japanese design. Nature is outside, and Japanese belief is to surround yourself with nature to keep at peace, which means bringing nature indoors. Whether with color choices or materials, or design patterns, you can bring nature inside to create a serene environment in your home. Japanese furniture has a very unique look to it. Japanese tables are elegant, simple, modernistic and functional. If you love the look of Japanese design and want to incorporate a Japanese style table in your home, whether it be for the living room or dining room, then keep reading to learn more about Japanese style tables and how to choose one that’s right for you.

Choice of wood

Natural woods are the basics of Oriental design. Woods can be seen throughout a Japanese home, and the most common types of woods used are; cypress, hemlock, maple and red pine. Bamboo is also a commonality among Japanese décor, and a table made of any of these natural woods works in a Japanese themed room. Depending on your color scheme, you can choose a wood that best works with your style and taste. Darker hues of wood can make a dining area look elegant and rich, while a lighter wood, such as bamboo, give a room a more casual look.

Table height

Japanese tables are typically low to the ground or basically on the ground. For dining tables, most people sit around the table on pillows or cushions. It is a great way to feast on your favorite meal with your favorite people. It can be a very intimate way of dining. If you choose a table that sits on the ground, try sitting it on top of a fluffy textured rug for added comfort. For tables that are low, but directly on the ground, low benches or chairs are ideal for sitting around it to dine. In the living room, low Japanese style coffee tables add a sense of creativity, beauty, flair, and elegance. They are simple and uncluttered, typically with no legs in the design. There are many different styles of Japanese style coffee tables and end tables to choose from, not to mention, colors, shapes and types of woods. There is a Japanese style table for every taste.

Shape

Japanese style tables come in a wide range of shapes. Clean-cut shapes, geometrical shapes, and unique designs and patterns are all apart of the oriental look. They are typically modern-looking, and very understated in the way of their designs. Many can be used in either a casual or elegant setting. How your table comes across in the room will depend on the rest of your décor theme, as to whether it will take on more of a casual or elegant appeal.

No matter what type of Japanese style table you want or need for your home, you can create Zen atmosphere in every room when you incorporate oriental architectural flair by using pieces of Japanese style furniture and décor pieces throughout your home. Here are 20 pictures of Japanese style table designs to give you ideas on what you can do for your living room or dining room.

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