Everything should be balance; everything should go and blend well in order for nature to be aligned. Selecting the materials of very strong opposing or contrasting texture and finish is not a hindrance in keeping you from your goal of achieving tranquility, order and balance. Like the Buddhist thinking of opposition, the yin and yang is an example. Always remember that you should strive for simplicity and nothing complicated. For in complex you might find other difficulty or problem unlike when you’ve done it simply.
When clutter is present, expect that you won’t find peace. The design feature of a Japanese room or multiple rooms is usually dictated by the fixation of the Japanese towards simplicity and the approach to Japanese interior design. The placement of furniture and display follows rules prescribed or advised of fluidity. A Japanese room to be decorated usually has tendencies to arrange on the perimeter, creating traffic patterns across the center. Contrast to that, the Japanese interior design establishes a focal point on the center with little flow and physical movement on the perimeter. Remember that quality is the key to your selecting of the elements that will go about in your interior. Overloading also is one of the less priorities in Japanese interiors. If your room happens to large, it’s better to keep some open spaces.