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Japandi Style

While having an annual clean out I just sold some ex staging stock tonight to a young couple setting up a new home this evening and they asked me if I had any more Japandi style products they would be keen.

For those that are not too familiar with this style, the Japandi is a design style that combines elements of Japanese and Scandinavian aesthetics to create

a harmonious and minimalist look. It also emerged as a popular trend in interior design, blending the simplicity, functionality, and natural materials of Scandinavian design with the elegance, tranquility, and traditional craftsmanship of Japanese design.

In Japandi style, you'll find clean lines, neutral color palettes, and a focus on natural materials like wood, stone, and rattan. The furniture is often minimalistic and functional, with a touch of organic warmth. The spaces are uncluttered, promoting a sense of serenity and mindfulness.

Japandi also emphasizes the use of natural light and the incorporation of nature into interior spaces. Plants and botanical elements are commonly used to bring a sense of tranquility and connection with the outdoors.

Overall, Japandi style aims to create a balanced and calming environment that celebrates the beauty of simplicity and embraces the concepts of wabi-sabi (finding beauty in imperfection) and hygge (creating cozy and contented atmospheres).

If you want to include a Japandi style within your home as a fresh new look you don’t need to go all out and break the bank. Begin with a few contemporary pieces of furniture and bring in the oriental elements through accessories, light fittings, throws and cushions.

Some examples of Japandi via AD and The Latch.


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