These interiors are inspired by the oriental style , which take many decorative basic aspects such as the use of wood or carved figures and statuettes of Asian culture.
The wood used in these designs that we bring you is teak wood or "Tectona grandis", originally from Burma and Thailand, although it can also come from Malaysia. It has a very great importance in the oriental culture, where it is known by the Malay term of "tekka". It is a kind of soft and resistant wood (especially against the usual termite pests in the area, or the monsoon humidity), with a very beautiful finish that enhances the interiors in which it is placed.
In addition to the "tekka", it is very common to find typical elements of oriental homes, such as boxes, storage containers, equestrian statues and religious symbols such as Buddhas or dragons. But porcelain and patterns printed or painted on the wall are also common.
The warmth of the red and the pink tones of the superior photographs show the great beauty, sobriety and elegance of a legendary style that adapts perfectly to the most contemporary and contemporary homes.
The beauty of Asian wood stands out with strength in this kitchen, equipped with stainless steel appliances.
Example of typical Eastern dining table, with centerpiece in the purest Zen style.