Ryokan (Japanese Guest House) Interior

Dining area and Room Screen/Headboard. The shoji panels above the dining area are patterned after the windows of the main house.

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gauthamramamurthy
gauthamramamurthy added this to Living/Dining Room20 January 2020

Bring in fluid partitions Portable partitions, such as folding screens, provide a quick and convenient way to demarcate your dining zone. It helps maintain a sense of flow and yet restrict views. An added bonus is you can easily stack or fold it when not in use. Take a cue from this Japanese screen that ups the aesthetic appeal of the home without breaking the bank.

trgarner
trgarner added this to Auxiliary kitchen/pantry27 May 2019

windows with trim, and outward opening windows

cmt8er
S17 Christine Macias added this to ID41 Guest House Research28 February 2019

Millwork Inspiration 1 Ching’s element: Space within a Space What I like: 1 Use of Grid 2 Repetition

max_paillard
MAX PAILLARD added this to MAX's ideas29 January 2019

partition; easy design to recreate

meinewenigkeit
meinewenigkeit added this to Asian16 January 2019

Dining area and Room Screen/Headboard. The shoji panels above the dining area are patterned after the windows of the main house.

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