Design Spotlight: Japandi

East meets west in Japandi design. Japanese and Scandinavian design aren’t new when it comes to interior decor, but in recent years, their complementary focus on simplicity and functionality has led to the creation of this fusion. The style is all about minimalistic, aesthetically pleasing spaces that use natural materials, clean lines, bright spaces and light, neutral colors.

the hallmarks of japandi
Japandi brings together the Scandinavian concept of “hygge” and the Japanese philosophy of “wabi-sabi.” Hygge is about finding pleasure in simple things, while wabi-sabi is centered on the beauty of imperfection. The result is warm but neutral spaces that incorporate natural items, rustic or handmade furnishings and comfortable textures.

how to introduce japandi in your home

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