One can never argue with the profound taste that Japanese designers have. “There’s an ancient saying in Japan, that life is like walking from one side of infinite darkness to another, on a bridge of dreams. They say that we’re all crossing the bridge of dreams together. That there’s nothing more than that. Just us, on the bridge of dreams.”― M.T. Anderson, Feed. The bridge of dreams is our life, the one we should cherish and enjoy to the least bit, and that’s exactly what Love the life interior design studio is doing. And they’re not only enjoying the life, they are creating some beautifully designed interiors alongside. This Japanese craft object store – Master’s Craft is so cozy and uplifting and warm. The whole interior seems like a well made craft – with those beautifully created wooden elements hanging from the ceiling and the stylish (and functional!) storage and display stands. My favourite detail that got my attention is as usual – the smallest in the whole interior, this time it’s those deep green rectangular tiles that cover the wall behind the counter. A great colour and shape choice! However if not that recessed lighting, they wouldn’t pop that well and wouldn’t give as much contrast. So that’s a perfect example of how lighting can change a whole lot more, and make you see what you usually would overlook. Take a look at this retail interior designed to feel cozy and welcoming and stylish all at once. All the photos below, and don’t forget to take a look at other beautiful works of this design studio at their website Love the Life.
Masters Craft Palace Hotel Tokyo | May 2012 | Japanese Craft Objects Store
Via Love the Life Interior Design Studio