Infusing Japandi vibes

What do you get when you combine the very best of minimalist techniques from Japanese and Scandinavian design? Japandi, a trending interior design style that’s quickly growing in popularity among fans of less-is-more home styling. While it’s still a relatively new trend, Japandi is popping up in homes across the country – and in commercial spaces, too. Here are some quick tips on introducing this streamlined style into your own space. Read on:

Layers of cream, and rust make up the perfect Japandi palette of these intricate hand-woven pillows.

Rattan is one of the most utilised materials in Japandi decor.

The artistic details of this ceramic totem vase are interesting enough that you can leave this vessel empty.

Neutral colours, interesting texture, and handcrafted? This rug has everything Japandi style values. 

A hallmark of Japandi style is keeping clutter at bay, and what better way to do that than by keeping loose items in a beautiful basket?

This woven wall hanging adds visual interest to neutral walls.

This black wood chair with the seat and back having a cane finish, feels both Japandi-inspired and retro at the same time.