Several Captivating Modern Japanese Design Ideas
A Japanese garden style is always identical with naturalness and quietness because this style always brings natural elements and the arrangement of this garden is really neat in which the quietness can come from the water feature. However, in this modern era, traditional Japanese touch of the garden is still loved by people who are Japanese enthusiast. But, you can still present a Japanese atmosphere although it’s realized in a modern touch. Below are some modern Japanese garden style ideas which can amaze you. Go check them!
Every garden style definitely has its own elements. So does this Japanese garden style, some natural elements, such as gravel, stones, or lantern are the required elements to get a Japanese ambiance. This Japanese garden has gravel ground with some stones and of course, lanterns which will illuminate the garden at night. This modern garden also has a seating area that has a circular gate. The black and red color truly fit the Japanese touch itself.
Sand is one of the elements of Japanese garden as well. Raked sand is an artsy touch in the Japanese gardens which is created by man. Though this garden only has slightly plants, it still looks enthralling due to its arrangement. The modernity can be found in the plant container with the sand soil cover. But, this garden still has a traditional touch which comes from Japanese water feature with tsukubai and bamboo pipe.
The traditioal and modern touch actually create a gorgeous combination in this contemporary Japanese garden design. Also, the naturalness is showed by some garden elements, such as raked sand and shrub combination, stacked stones which offer a decked area, and also some big rocks. Even though this garden has a modern touch which comes from contemporary furniture, it still give a Japanese atmosphere in the yard.
Inviting! This wonderful landscaping by MTH landscapes creates a charming view in the yard. A brilliant arrangement manner gives homeowners some different areas with a contemporary touch in this Japanese garden. The combination of grass, stones, soil, and of course the main Japanese element, sand can blend in harmony. This garden also has other Japanese elements, like a lantern, wooden bridge, and tsukubai. The winding stream with stone edges also adds the beauty of this garden.