North and East
Not that different at all
Meticulous Japanese simplicity meets the homey tranquility of Scandinavia. This is one style that is sure to please with its clear yet calming charm. “Japandi”.
Less is more
Here’s to simplicity: Minimalism is the core philosophy of the Japandi style – interior decorating should be limited to the basic essentials. Calm, serene, focused yet still comfy!
Extremes attract each other
Light and shadow are two contrasting elements that go hand-in-hand with Japanese culture and aesthetics. The combination of dark and light elements creates a stark contrast that balances perfectly despite its main characters being polar opposites.
A penchant for nature
Contrast colour: green
Dinner is served
Organic forms, natural materials and pristine colors: That’s Japandi in a nutshell. Wooden flatware and decorative pieces, stone and ceramic create a peaceful and calm ambiance. And everything is balanced out with subtly arranged plants in muted hues. A pair of bold accents creates a marvelous contrast.
A sense of home
Being in touch with nature also means: Structure and a striking feel are more than welcome! Unfinished wood in a typical Scandi look, hand-made decorative elements made of heavy, rough stoneware or rough linens add the perfect touches to any Japandi apartment.
A style full of personality
Lovely pieces in the spotlight
An apartment decorated in the Japandi style also always reflects the life and individual personalities of its inhabitants. It thrives on unique pieces that have stood the test of time and still look beautiful. The most interesting items are those that have a story to tell!