INTERIOR STYLE: EMBRACE THE IMPERFECT WITH JAPANDI

Japandi decor trend (Japanese and Scandi) is an interesting fusion of inspiration from the japan minimalism and blending it with the best of the Scandinavian design.

Both styles have a strong emphasis on functionality, minimalism and using sustainable materials. And this interior style reflects the less-is-more approach to sustainability.

So here’s how to Japandi your home this year…

SO HERE IS HOW TO BLEND THIS STYLE IN TO YOUR PERSOANL SPACE.

NATURAL LOOK: Natural materials play a key role in this style which creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Colour and materials are inspired by nature so choose organic linen over polyester and terracotta or slate tiles over the vinyl to bring softness visuals.

EMBRACE THE IMPACT: Here comes the concept of Wabi-sabi, which refers to the acceptance of imperfection in life meaning choosing authentic furnishings which will bring a sense of peace and tranquillity.

Wood and stone are the main architectural materials, while bamboo, natural fibres and raw fabrics such as linen and wool are used in details and small objects.

ADD THE FINISHES TOUCHES : To re-create this look you don’t need an entire makeover especially if you have already got a neutral base.

Simply introduce few monochrome accents to blend it with the natural , raw fabrics such as linen and wool. Inject some life with green arragaments such as bonsai tress or Ikebana Florals. ( try arranging them them in simple vessel for a modern twist)

For even more inspiration, take a look at my Pinterset boards – including one dedicated to Japandi interior style!