We already talked about the Japandi style trend here some year ago. Since this is still one of the most relevant interior styles at present, I collected for you today some inspiring projects to be inspired by.
They all have in common a beautiful aesthetic which mixes the Scandinavian minimalism with Far-Eastern vibes typical of Japanese design.
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3 Japandi style interiors to be inspired by
1 / A contemporary Japanese interior in Amsterdam
Taking a holistic approach, studio Mokkō transformed the living room of an Amsterdam Canal house into a warm interior, inspired by Japanese aesthetics. Using natural materials including French oak, walnut, rice paper, clay plaster and jute, they created a very serene space. The interior breaks with Western living room conventions and focuses on natural materials and the beauty of their imperfections of the wabi-sabi philosophy.
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2 / A Swedish holiday home in Japandi style
Archipelago House is a pine-clad holiday home located on the coast of Sweden designed by Norm Architects . The interior embodies both Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics: natural materials, muted colors, lots of natural oak and clean lines create a well balanced and serene interior space. The Japanese influence is clear also in the furniture design, that Norm Architects has produced in collaboration with Karimoku Case Study Japanese manufacturer.
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3 / A stylish Japandi apartment in San Francisco
A modern Sam Francisco apartment has been transformed into a serene Japandi inspired space by interior designer and stylist Erin Roberts. By keeping furniture low and timber tones light, the designer created a simple and clean decor with a clear ‘Japanese-meets-Scandinavian’based on harmony and warm minimalism.
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