Japandi is what we call the merging of Japanese and Scandinavian interior design styles, obtaining the best of both worlds; but this fusion is not limited only to the aesthetic, since it also takes part of the philosophy of both styles. In it, Scandinavian minimalism and the spirituality of Japanese aesthetics are found, creating the perfect synchrony between coherence and simplicity, with an abundance of neutral and pure colors with noble materials, and simple lines.
In this type of design style decoration, we find spaces full of memories, which help us accept the passage of time, abundant in personality and with simplicity shining through its surroundings. Japandi is a flexible style, without rules, it translates the beauty of craftsmanship and the value of traditional decoration with raw materials and simple and natural elements.
The atmosphere created welcomes meditation and peace, since places are designed to transmit warmth and comfort from the first moment and where abundance, nature and harmony are kept in balance. It moves awayfrom the ornate, you will not see an ornament without a purpose and plants are essential. It is a style that you will not regret using in your decoration, it will totally adapt to you.
If you are looking to create a space at home inspired by this decoration trend, here are the best tips for you to achieve it successfully.
This style does not lose freshness and integrates plants in every way. The green touch is essential to create and maintain the natural harmony that is sought in the home, that is why you will not only see flowers in living rooms, you will even see them in bedrooms. Just somevases of natural materials, with some flowers or plants and you will have the perfect synchrony that this style seeks, but be careful with excess, a jungle corner is not the goal, just one plant is enough to stand out among all the decoration.
The key to this style is neutral colors. Beige, white or gray bases, with slight touches of color, are the perfect complement to Japandi. You can achieve this by decorating from the largest to the smallest, for example, white walls and floors, complementing with light-toned wooden furniture with sand-colored fabrics and decorative pieces with a touch of color. Have a color guide at hand and you’ll be able to recreate a perfect Japandi-style color palette.
3. Feelings and personality:
This style is known for looking for simplicity and beauty in the imperfection, but this does not mean that the decoration should be sparse or unattractive. Bet on natural elements, glass or clay vases, ceramic bowls, wicker baskets. A plus are the pieces made by hand, who will perfectly maintain the philosophy of perfection imperfect. Use small elements, distributed throughout every corner of your home, remember that depending on the use you give to your decorations you can find that additional touch you are looking for.
Japandi does not lose the idea of looking for functional elements as well as simple and clean lines, for this reason it is perfect if you are looking for a style that complements your needs and is full of your personality. Allow abundance and peace to come into your home and share it with your guests.
I invite you to fully immerse yourself in this style of decoration that aims to create calm spaces, without giving up the warmth, and you will have a timeless, adaptable and harmonious trend in your home.