FOLLOWING THE LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, KITCHEN, AND BEDROOM,
The 5th ROOM®
The 5th ROOM is the setting which combines the best features of your house and garden, creating a calming and welcoming space.
Daily life isn’t limited to the house – your garden also plays an important part of your personal living space. In addition to the 4 room types, the surroundings of your house form the “5th ROOM”.
With its well-balanced design, it creates the perfect atmosphere for residents and visitors that appeals to the senses and promotes a sense of well-being. Takasho products will help enhance and elevate the effect you’re trying to create in the 5th ROOM.
The 5th ROOM is a place that answers two wishes at once.
It combines the relaxation of the living room and dining room with nature, whilst also drawing natural sunlight and breeze into the house.
Your garden as your living room
Your garden as your dining room
Your garden as your kitchen area
Why not start a new lifestyle in the garden?
The 5th ROOM is another area in your home where you can relax and feel at ease with nature.
Walking from one room to another, you can step out into the garden for a calming moment.
Here are some examples of garden spaces that can be an extension of your living space, so you to feel closer to nature.
Garden in Japanese style
Garden in your front yard
Garden in front of your bathroom
Add a touch of privacy to your bathroom by screening the neighbours’ view with a privacy screen and provide the sense of a spa with a beautiful garden. This way you can be sure to relax completely.
It’s important to think about how you can make yourself comfortable not only indoors, but outdoors too.
For example, think about the intricate details in your garden like whether you’d like a wall or a fence, a terrace under the sky or specific garden furniture.
All of this will allow you to create the dream garden. Imagine what it would be like to drink tea or coffee there, to read books, to sunbathe. What matters is your imagination. The 5th ROOM will give you an unexpected sense of well-being.