Inspiring Korean Interior Design
It is not individual that defines certain country culture, but it is the country influencing people to behave as what the country gives related to culture and behavior. Related to this post, Jung Wook Han is a designer that is likely well influenced by Korean style. He massively takes inspiration from traditional Korean artistic design and the contemporary one. Fortunately, one thing that is shared is the celebration of natural light. Whether using gauzy to the window or maximizing the use of skylight, both styles are good exhibiting bright nuance.
For a book lover, this Korean private library must be a heaven. Day curling beneath the lavish skylight is somehow an enjoyable activity. Large Bookshelves doesn’t let the white backdrop to show a bit its surface. Escaping into this awesome white books storage is stunning for some reasons.
Smart color choice, neutral white hue, gives the chance to the book to appear as the main stage after all. Not only for a private library, books are also good sustenance to give your bistro-style kitchen cozy look. Further, adding chalkboard with golden frame is truly awesome.
One thing that you must know about the designer is his ability to compile different space in one package. Versatility here and there is exposed deliberately to show his deep love of Korean design. A twist is just shown in this loft area functioning for bedroom, reading space and also workspace.
Nobody may know the function from the outlook, but Han knows well. Shuffling the light from many windows in the loft makes you able to shift the function of the space. In addition, Jung Wook Han is also a perfectionist designer toward kitchen design. Coming with sleek white kitchen, he tries to pop some luxurious white appliances. The efficient use of the space enables this kitchen to give such airy and open as well as livable nuance for every inch of the design.