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Trending on Remodelista: Right Now in Japan

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Trending on Remodelista: Right Now in Japan

October 31, 2014

We’ve been students of Japanese design all week, and so have the Remodelista editors. From their Lessons of Japan, we admired a Zen makeover of an LA bungalow, met a kitchen designer who says “smart people don’t want to add too much stuff,” and discovered small-space loft living is not a contradiction. What did they learn?  “It’s high time we did some decluttering.”

Above: Objects of desire such as these Ceramic Platters by Osamu Saruyama (once the envy of shoppers outside of Japan), are now in your reach.

Above: How does the couple behind LA-based clothing label Black Crane spend weekends in their recently renovated bungalow? Check out their stylish domestic bliss in Midcentury Meets Zen: A DIY Remodel in Los Angeles.

Above: Spotting a trend among the creative class, Alexa sleuths platform beds in 10 Easy Pieces, defined by “being a beat or two off the ground.”

Can’t get enough of Japanese design? We feel the very same way. Browse all of Remodelista’s Lessons from Japan.

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