If you've ever wanted to live in a house that was full of charm, features a lot of reclaimed-like barn wood and has a Japanese-inspired spacious design, this modern japanese style house is the perfect place for you (to mimic).
The Project 355 Mansfield home is a five-bedroom residence designed by Amit Apel Design in Los Angeles, California. Designed to look both artful in its lines and spacious enough to be roomy and breathable, this modern Japanese style house has just the right balance between eclectic design features and a breezy and relaxing vibe.
Contemporary, edgy and chic come to mind when you look at the space. Created in a way to give it the ultimate uncluttered feel, yet keep it soft, the designer used a lot of wood and futuristic fixtures to create a harmonious symphony to the home.
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