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.