Fog Linen founder Yumiko Sekine lives in a three-level house in Tokyo designed in a palette of unfinished concrete, stainless steel, and oak. The first and second floors are intended for friends and staff of Fog Linen (many of the Fog Linen photo shoots happen here as well). Opening out to the garden on the first level is a decidedly minimalist bedroom featuring a rollaway bed frame paired with fine linen. Here we detail the key elements of the look for adopting in the guest room or main bedroom.
Above: “One of the easiest ways to make a space feel uncluttered is to limit the color palette to neutrals,” Yumiko says. Photography by Masao Nishikawa from Considered Minimalism: Fog Linen Founder Yumiko Sekine at Home in Tokyo.
Above: Sekine’s book Simplicity at Home, published in 2021, features the guest bedroom. See more in our post Required Reading: “Simplicity at Home” by Fog Linen Founder Yumiko Sekine.
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Above: A similar rollaway bed frame is the Horizon Twin Stainless Steel Bed Frame for $165 from Modern in Designs. Another option is the FirsTime & Co. Silver Luxury Ciao Comfort Folding Bed for $191.45 on Amazon.
Above: Source a vintage stool like Sekine’s to use as a bedside table. We also like the Japanese-made Ifuji Walnut Three Leg Stool, a lightweight and luxury option, for $900 at March.
Above: The Jielde Signal Desk Lamp SI333 in glossy Mouse Grey is $524 at Horne.
Above: Fog Linen Pillowcases in Natural linen are $84 each and the Fog Linen Duvet Cover in Natural Linen is $336.
Above: The Serena & Lily Moorea Rug is $768 for the 6-by-9-foot size.
Above: The Fog Linen Washed Waffle Blanket in Natural is $182 at Fog Linen.
Above: The Maple Peg Rail features five pegs; $84 at Schoolhouse. Another option is the Four-Peg Unfinished Maple Shaker Peg Rack for $14.99 at The Container Store.
Above: The Fog Linen Mango Wood Shirt Hanger is $9.
Above: The Braun Classic Analogue Clock in black is $21.49 on Amazon.
Above: The Fog Linen Linen Slippers in natural are $46.
For a set of similar minimalist interiors, see our posts:
- Steal This Look: A Restaurant Supply Kitchen in Tokyo
- Steal This Look: An Organized Loft, Japanese Style
- Steal This Look: A Botanical Stylist’s Creative Kitchen Remodel in London
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