JAPANDI DESIGN STYLE – FUSION OF JAPANESE AND SCANDINAVIAN STYLES
Japandi design style is a fusion of Scandinavian (Nordic) and Japanese design styles, which creates a feeling of art, nature, and simplicity.
It focuses on bright, airy living spaces, clean lines, neutral color palettes to create welcoming and inviting spaces.
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JAPANDI STYLE – AN INFLUENCE OF HYGGE AND WABI-SABI CONCEPTS
Japandi style is also influenced by the concepts of hygge and wabi-sabi, which are about finding comfort and beauty in imperfection. Japandi style is not sparse, but intentional. It features beautiful craftsmanship with a focus on quality and handmade pieces over throwaway, cheap structures. Japandi style also emphasizes sustainability and eco-friendliness by using natural materials and simple designs.
THE KEY ELEMENTS OF JAPANDI STYLE
Wooden furniture: Wood is a common material in both Japanese and Scandinavian design, as it brings warmth and texture to the space. Japandi style uses wooden furniture with simple shapes and clean lines, often with a low profile or a leggy look. The wood can be light or dark, depending on the mood and contrast desired.
Natural fabrics: Japandi style uses natural fabrics such as cotton, linen, wool, and hemp to add coziness and softness to the space. The fabrics can be plain or patterned, but usually in muted colors or earthy tones. Japandi style also incorporates elements of nature such as plants, flowers, stones, or shells to create a connection with the outdoors.
Neutral colors: Japandi style uses a neutral color palette that is soothing and harmonious. The colors can range from white, beige, gray, black, brown, to navy or green. Japandi style avoids bright or flashy colors but may use pops of color as accents or focal points. The colors should complement each other and create a balance between light and dark.
Minimalist accessories: Japandi style does not clutter the space with unnecessary or excessive items. Instead, it uses minimalist accessories that are functional and aesthetic. The accessories can be handmade, vintage, or modern, but they should have a purpose and a story. Japandi style also uses negative space to create breathing room and highlight the beauty of simplicity.
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