In a number of different home furnishing projects, neo-Chinese design carries forward the quintessence of traditional Chinese style and oriental aesthetics so as to amaze people with its artistic conception.
Mr. Zong Baihua, a modern Chinese aesthetician, has pointed out that Chinese aesthetic types can be divided into “a mosaic of colors and ornaments” and “lotuses over clear water”. These two types of beauty have their unique charm and, in the history of Chinese aesthetics, are considered to represent two different kinds of aesthetics, or beautiful ideals.
The Beauty of Lotuses over Clear Water
The Beauty of a Mosaic of Colors and Ornaments
For the beauty of “Lotuses over Clear Water”, the tea ceremony and floriculture elements are the most striking. “People cannot live without tea in a day.” Let’s savor the oriental charm in a Chinese tea house.
Regardless of whether the context is one of mansions, buildings or small rooms, their design should be exquisite, elegant and considerate. The furnishings should reflect elegance and fun.
A tea house calls for tranquility and elegance instead of extravagance, it gives importance to the overall rationality of space, and focuses on primitive simplicity, elegance and tranquility.
More empty spaces, no fancy decoration.
Wooden tables and chairs, solid structures; simple but elegant paintings and calligraphy, lasting artistic conception. Transparent, bright and antique; beauty is naturally presented.
Tea house decoration is nothing more than flowers, plants, calligraphy, paintings, chinaware and lute & psaltery. A little embellishment highlights the charm. No excessive decoration. In the tranquil and elegant room, when you sip the clear tea, the bustling world calms down.
Let’s take tea!
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