4489 Shares

Redecorating my room Japanese/ Tibetan calming vibe set up.?

Redecorating my room Japanese/ Tibetan calming vibe set up.? Topic: Japanese writing paper
June 20, 2019 / By Pearle
Question: I want it to be calming and, gives off the feel of ancient Japan, and like Shangri-la ish, just calming. I cant really get a water fountain because i have cats, but what would be good to paint the walls with. And what else can i get that have the calming vibe. Bed sheets, paintings, stuff? Please help me. What would be good for it? I'm probably paint ancient Tibetan or Japanese writing on my walls, but what else. Decorations? Maby some of those cool ancient paper lamps from the ceiling. Please help me! and also i'm going to get some cool paintings too. Thanks
Best Answer

Best Answers: Redecorating my room Japanese/ Tibetan calming vibe set up.?

Marilyn Marilyn | 1 day ago
MerMac Global has some beautiful Burmese lacquer pieces like temple jars and kamawasa boxes - be sure to read what they are on the website. The quality of the work justifies the prices because the products are authentic - not cheap knockoffs. Go to www.mermacglobal.com and give them a call!
👍 170 | 👎 1
Did you like the answer? Redecorating my room Japanese/ Tibetan calming vibe set up.? Share with your friends

We found more questions related to the topic: Japanese writing paper


Marilyn Originally Answered: Redecorating my room Japanese/ Tibetan calming vibe set up.?
MerMac Global has some beautiful Burmese lacquer pieces like temple jars and kamawasa boxes - be sure to read what they are on the website. The quality of the work justifies the prices because the products are authentic - not cheap knockoffs. Go to www.mermacglobal.com and give them a call!
Marilyn Originally Answered: Redecorating my room Japanese/ Tibetan calming vibe set up.?
Those are some really good ideas you have. My old roommate has similar taste and I helped him decorate his room. He had some money to blow on statues and shadow boxes but I think the simplest thing you can do is paint your room a brown/beige off-white color. That will create a soothing feeling and its a good start. I would avoid painting Japanese and Tibetan things on the wall as they may be a little distracting. Just remember to keep things very simple and look up a little bit on what the Japanese call Wabi Sabi, it sort of translates to "rustic simplicity." That will give you some great ideas on the kind of accent pieces you may want to get. You can get some inexpensive lighting from Ikea in the form of rice paper lamps, ($20-$30). Its a tough look to achieve but you have to keep your eye open for oriental art stores, might be able to get your hands on some Tibetan prayer beads or other authentic pieces for placing in your room. Almost forgot, dont forget seating, keep it low to the ground, plenty of pillows. ...another good idea, get some plants in there. You can buy a bonsai tree from a garden center for about $20 and trim and cultivate it into something beautiful.

Kristal Kristal
Those are some really good ideas you have. My old roommate has similar taste and I helped him decorate his room. He had some money to blow on statues and shadow boxes but I think the simplest thing you can do is paint your room a brown/beige off-white color. That will create a soothing feeling and its a good start. I would avoid painting Japanese and Tibetan things on the wall as they may be a little distracting. Just remember to keep things very simple and look up a little bit on what the Japanese call Wabi Sabi, it sort of translates to "rustic simplicity." That will give you some great ideas on the kind of accent pieces you may want to get. You can get some inexpensive lighting from Ikea in the form of rice paper lamps, ($20-$30). Its a tough look to achieve but you have to keep your eye open for oriental art stores, might be able to get your hands on some Tibetan prayer beads or other authentic pieces for placing in your room. Almost forgot, dont forget seating, keep it low to the ground, plenty of pillows. ...another good idea, get some plants in there. You can buy a bonsai tree from a garden center for about $20 and trim and cultivate it into something beautiful.
👍 70 | 👎 -1

Jayne Jayne
I was at Home Depot and they had huge rolls of reed fencing (I think it was Bamboo, but can't remember, but it gave that "feel" in my mind). I want to say it was six feet by twelve feet, but it could be longer. Sorry, I just don't remember! But it was large and cheap, like around $30 for this roll. The reeds were varied shades of brown, but pretty light. It would look great on a wall, against a green (light, dark, whatever you like) paint. Or attached to a simple frame as a room divider/screen.
👍 70 | 👎 -3

Jayne Originally Answered: Is it better and/or faster to read and write Japanese first if I want to learn to speak Japanese?
I think u still continue study hiragana and katakana , i wont take u much your time and very useful although u only want to know how to speak it. I recommend u some sites support ur learning: http://www.a-chi.jp/htj_hirakana.html http://www.kanacards.com/ this site is useful for speaking: www.japanesepod101.com good luck,

If you have your own answer to the question japanese writing paper, then you can write your own version, using the form below for an extended answer.