Japanese style influence on MCM
Rough Vessel Fountian by Mike Zimber. The Japanese stone basin dates back to the earliest Shinto shrines where they held water used for ritual cleansing. The tea ceremony, infused with the spirit of Zen, required a purity of mind and body. To this end, stone basins were later included in tea gardens so that guests could symbolically dip their hands before entering the tea house. Stone Forest has assembled an outstanding collection of stone basins, any of which can be transformed into fountains.
GET THE LOOK | Using a simple palette of black, white and indigo, highlighted by lush greens and fresh blues, a rustic Japanese influence flows through our Zen look. Complement the casual contemporary feel with lots of watercolour prints and natural materials.