When Scandi chic meets Japanese interior design, something incredible happens: Japandi! By fusing the clean lines, shapes and feel-good atmosphere of Scandinavia with the rich colours, minimalist design and natural materials of Japan, you get a breathtaking new way to style your home.
What is typical Japanese design?
Less is more
Japanese design is famous for its ‘less is more’ approach. So, while you’ll find key pieces like sofas, armchairs, low tables and dressers in the Japandi range, you won’t find anything to clutter your living space. Less is definitely more.
When it comes to colour, Japandi combines black elements with cool metal tones to compliment the natural beiges, greens, aubergines and browns.
And, with the addition of green plants, your harmonious Japanese-style home will be complete.
Japandi is influenced by the ancient Japanese philosophy of Wabi-Sabi, a way of life which values slow-living, contentment and simplicity, and the Scandinavian practice of Hygge, which embraces comfort, cosiness and well-being.
These philosophies are perfectly expressed throughout the range's minimalist designs, flowing shapes and soft furnishings.
Quite simply; yes. With the addition of Japanese-style lamps, the clean lines of Scandinavian-inspired furniture and the colours of nature, taking Japandi outside will result in your own little peace garden.
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