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Tessa Sonik: Create a Zen-Inspired Interior

Our homes should be the spaces in which we feel most at ease and tranquil. What better style to incorporate into your space to emit a sense of calm and peace, than that of Japanese Zen. And what better style to promote these feelings of serenity than a zen inspired space.

We take a look at how to create a Zen-like bedroom interior and incorporate modern fabrics from Tessa Sonik Fabrics. Minimalistic lines are the obvious influence of traditional Japanese interiors in contemporary spaces. Balance and geometry are key. Signoria

The geometry of Zen gardens is the inspiration for the Mikado collection by Signoria, characterized by the balance of the timeless elegance of a stripe and the sophistication of the high thread count sateen. The term ‘Zen’ actually refers to meditation, but within interior design, Zen reflects harmony, balance and relaxation. Available locally from Tessa Sonik Fabrics, Signoria is inspired by the Japanese minimalist movement. Mikado has strong contrast colour bands of black and dark tones. This modern design with strong visual impact is a perfect fit for spaces featuring pure and contemporary traits. And you can expect only top quality with a 600 Thread Count. This collection from Signoria, known for its synergy with the world of fashion, is perfect to create your own Zen-like bedroom interior. Fabrics from the continuum collection include:

  • Qualities
  • PIC
  • Gold
  • Parchment

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Black, charcoal and dark tones are the latest look and feel in interiors with a pop of Copper. Opt for something with minimalist lines and create a clutter-free abode – clutter is not a part of the Zen philosophy. A low Japanese style platform bed is the obvious winner for a Zen bedroom scheme. Try to create peace and harmony in your space, void of distracting electronics. Your bedroom should be a place of calm and promote sleep – for a complete Zen-like retreat, choose to remove all electronic appliances from your bedroom.

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