Chinese Culture and Traditional Decorating Interior

China has a long and interesting history, and in all ages the Chinese decorating is connected with its culture that is to be harmonious with nature. Chinese culture is one of the world’s oldest cultures. Many villas, great houses, and even office buildings are now designed in Chinese style, as more and more people are interested in Chinese culture and want to know the traditional way of life in China. What words can describe the traditional Chinese style interior design? Luxury, classic, peaceful, elegant and simple, these are the words that can come to your mind thinking of Chinese cultural interior.

Chinese Interior Basic Principles

One of the most basic principles in Chinese interior design is simplicity. For them, a room should not be filled with all sorts of common décor. What is important is the proper placement of a few valuable and beautiful objects in a room to achieve optimal effects. The design in Chinese culture is something exotic and emitted something spiritual even magic with room layout, furniture, and color scheme. Modern Chinese designs are evolving and these images are beautiful, because they strike a fine balance by combining tradition and contemporary designs. Chinese interior design is an art of combining simplicity, contemporary, modern, nature and power to make an environment of harmony and serenity, using colorful fabrics of upholstery for home décor. Bright, vivid colors are used in style decorating, with red, gold and black being dominant.

Bedroom Chinese Interior

 
 Chinese home decor

Red color is a symbol of fortune and prosperity in China and it is picked for the bedroom designs. Having these Chinese designs will enhance the beauty of Asia in your bedroom. It is like entering peaceful gateway for the best relaxation, making the bedroom, combining between luxury, tradition and modern looks.

Living Room Chinese Interior

 
 Chinese home decor

Chinese people like to invite friends to their homes and most are of a big family. So the living room is the most important place. The living room reflects the Chinese’s way of life. Luxury living is being redefined and emphasis is being placed on comfortable living, without compromising the style. The sofa is of solid wood and delicately sculptured by hand. The paintings and calligraphies are necessities in the living room.

Reading Corner in Home

 
 Chinese home decor

If you love to read, then the Chinese style study room will offer you a perfect reading corner and environment. The study room is a special place in the traditional Chinese style homes. Beside of the solid wood floor board, other decorating elements include the reading desk, reading chair and bookcase. Anyone who has such a room will be eager to go back home after a busy day to enjoy a peaceful and happy private time.

Chinese style interior design can be an inspiration for you, creating balance and harmony in home surrounding.

by Xiao Xiao xiaoxiao@interactchina.com

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