The word Mizuki was adapted from the Japanese word mizuya, meaning “kitchen chests.” During the Meiji Period, these chests, of a single-configuration were crafted to fit into, or adjacent to home kitchen alcoves as a way of uniting house storage needs to house architecture.
Inspired by the folk houses and Tansu chests of historic Japan, Premier’s Mazuki cabinetry style is based on the Japanese design principles of simplicity and minimalism. These design elements, rooted in the cultural life of the Japanese people, are as important in Japan today as they were hundreds of years ago. Our interpretation of the simple forms and patterns of Japanese furniture and architecture are showcased in the softly curved, clean-line design that is Mizuki.
As you browse through our collection of photos you will see various interpretations of Mizuiki styled cabinetry. All spaces were designed to be historically beautiful and modern-day functional.