Japandi is a term that’s being used to describe the blending of two design styles, Japanese and Scandinavian interior design.
Japanese style, often referred to as wabi-sabi, is the acceptance of imperfections. Think a wood bowl with a crack in it, or a ceramic vase with an uneven glaze. Scandinavian style focuses on clean lines, neutral tones, simplicity, and natural materials.
Japandi combines both styles to create interiors are neutral, warm, welcoming, and relaxing, with no bold colors, and plenty of natural elements, like wood, fibres, and ceramics.
Let’s take a look at some ideas to help you create your Japandi-inspired interior…