By Alphonsine Weber. Traditional Kitchen. At Sunday, December 24th 2017, 00:10:25 AM.
By combining wood, brick and carved stone, this kitchen was well adapted to its imposing location in Transylvania, Romania. Despite its imposing size, the design exudes romantic vibes, due to the wrought iron decorations. The owners of this summer kitchen can enjoy its barbecue facilities, large worktable, traditional wooden stove, pizza oven and sink space.
Due to the high cost of housing, Japanese homes tend to be small and a lot of residents rent apartments, so conserving every square inch of space is essential. Unlike doors, these Shoji’s slide back and forth, saving space that a swinging door would take up.
As you can probably already tell, Japanese design is clean and minimalist. Clutter is not contained in these homes. As we discussed above, sometimes there isn’t even much furniture in an authentic Japanese home.