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Here, we can see an example of a light and airy space that is clad primarily in light timber. Things certainly do feel fresh and harmonious! The sense of spaciousness ultimately helps to create a more functional living space. Of course, you can always add more timber in your furnishings or accents as well. We love the look of these contrasting rich-hued wooden chairs amidst an otherwise pale wooden colour scheme. Keep in mind that palm, bamboo, and teak are completely welcome in Korean interior design as well.

To achieve the look, simply stack the shelf high with your favourite books and volumes. Lean a framed photo or arrange some small statues in the empty areas of the shelf to create a more dynamic and intriguing effect.

The Korean lifestyle traditionally includes more time spent on low, flat furniture where functionality is of primary importance, and grandiosity is secondary. Things are kept unpretentious and convenient as much as possible. The result is that more furniture is situated directly on the floor. This has been the case in many areas in Asia since the beginning of civilisation, in fact. Craftsmanship and quality of materials used in creating these necessary items, like floor mats, is still cherished. 

When you can escape into the luxury of a good book, you don’t need anything else to enjoy yourself. But this space, with its floor to ceiling bookshelves and ample sunny spaces to curl up on a cool day would be the ultimate escape for any book lover.

The color palette is simple and warm, letting the books themselves really take center stage.

Along with adding some quirky vintage items to your look, don’t be afraid go a bit shabby chic. In fact, amidst all that natural light, pale timber, and minimalist décor, a good piece of old wooden furniture can really help to substantiate the design scheme. Plus, a single piece of this nature will stand out against the backdrop of lighter colour tones and sparse decoration. This gorgeous shabby chic armoire is the focal point of this otherwise neutral, minimalist room.

Jun wook Han has also created many beautiful kitchen designs, including this modern offering. With a white color palette, the creative and brightly colored kitchen accessories are allowed to pop. This modern kitchen utilizes space efficiently so that even though it is not among the most spacious, it feels every bit as open and liveable as a much larger gourmet space would be.

A simple natural wood dining table with a matching bench is a cute yet modern finishing touch.

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Take this bedroom by Baomida, for example. The abundant natural light emanates from the window and skylight to create a cheerful and inviting interior. If possible, consider adding a skylight to your home in order to compound the wonderful effects of natural light in darker corners of the interior.

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Of course, the minimalist look of a modern white kitchen is not right for everyone. In this final space we see the glory of a fully equipped cooking space with every design element carefully chosen. From a vintage-inspired refrigerator to a folding bistro table and butcher block countertop, this kitchen is warm, cozy, and just a little bit quirky.

Books can provide a certain type of sustenance, and for the rest this space offers this cozy bistro-style kitchen, complete with its own chalkboard A-frame.

No country or culture can be defined by one style of design. However, the region where a design grows up, learns, and lives can certainly influence his or her style. In this post, we explore selections from the portfolio of Jung wook Han, a Seoul-based interior designer who draws inspiration from traditional Korean aesthetic ideals as well as contemporary design theory. The one thing that each of these spaces has in common is a celebration of natural light – whether through the use of gauzy white curtains and large windows or stunning modern skylights. Have a look inside these beautiful modern spaces and get inspired to create your own sunny retreat.

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Sunlight filters in through bright, pretty windows and the entire tenor of the room can change just by swapping out fiestaware for neutral ceramics. With simple barstools and plenty of chopping room, it’s really a kitchen where families can meet, cook, snack, and chat.

There is no country or culture that can be defined by one style of design or architecture. However, the region where a design grows up, learns, and lives can certainly influence his or her style. This is the collection from the portfolio of Jung wook Han, a Seoul-based interior designer who draws inspiration from traditional Korean aesthetic ideals as well as contemporary design theory. The one thing that each of these spaces has in common is a celebration of natural light – whether through the use of gauzy white curtains and large windows or stunning modern skylights. Have a look inside these beautiful modern spaces and get inspired to create your own sunny retreat.

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This living space is certainly quite neutral in colouring, all the better for making this treasured retro tea set stand out as part of the décor. When simplicity is prioritised in the design scheme, it’s easier to accessorise with just a few coveted items.

If you are intrigued by low-fuss Korean interior design, you might also like this guide to incorporating a modern Scandinavian look into your home. 

A common counterpart of an interior design scheme that emphasises the use of natural light is the incorporation of light timber tones throughout. These two components work in tandem to enhance the look of the other. 

Today we will be exploring the Korean style of interior design, which bears many of the hallmarks of Asian design more broadly, yet it differs in distinct ways from say, Japanese architecture and design. With minimalism on the rise, it can be useful to explore specific cultural expressions of the trend. Korean interior design offers a brand of minimalism that emphasizes harmony and functionality. It is unpretentious at its core, which allows the elegance of simplicity to become most apparent.

If you’re wondering just where exactly these colour accents tend to come into play, Korean design favours quirky accessories and vintage pieces. Therefore, try throwing in a few bolder accent pillows, or hitting up your local flea market for truly unique items that will make a statement. 

In order to adopt this perspective on furnishing, try adding some cosy floor seating or sleeping areas to your home. Use sturdy, well-made cushions as the base for a comfy sitting area, choose a low hung table with cushions over a traditional western model, and opt for a simple mattress or futon for sleeping.

One of the beauties of cultural diversity is that it allows for a myriad of different aesthetics to flourish. Theoretically, each region of the world has its own authentic style, which can be seen in its cuisine, art, clothing, and of course, architecture. Architecture and interior design are often some of the most timeless renditions of a given cultural aesthetic.

One of the other trademark elements of Korean interior design is to use bookshelves as a function of minimalist decoration. This means that, similar to Scandinavian design, books and other small mementos are displayed as a functional form of ornamentation. A bookcase with exposed shelving is, after all, a pretty simple piece of furniture. 

One of the main means by which Korean design emphasises spatial harmony is through its use of natural light. Across the board, natural light is one of the most effective ways to illuminate a given interior. This form of light is typically easier on the eyes than fluorescent, and it helps to create a more ethereal atmosphere. Korean aestheticians are no stranger to these facts, and letting natural light flood the space is one of the trademark elements of this form of interior design. 

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Here, minimal means that things are largely neutral. Favourite colour tones include white, grey, yellow, silver, beige and brown. Stick to these when designing the room, and choose your accents carefully. In this bedroom, for example, the colour scheme predominantly consists of white, timber, and grey. The intentional selection of a few blue items stand out against this palette without taking away from the minimal feel.

One of the great things about the designs showcased here is that the designer has taken the time to show the versatility of different spaces. For instance, the lofted area here is shown as a bedroom, workspace, and another cozy reading nook.

By simply shuffling around some light furniture, it is easy to create any of these configurations depending on your mood.

Since we’ve established that the main stars of the show in Korean interior design include an abundance of natural light and lots of light wood, it probably won’t surprise you that the colour schemes in this aesthetic are typically kept minimal. 

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