The Japandi style is a mixture of two styles, Scandinavian and Japanese. It’s a combination of simplicity, elegance, functional approach to life and space with a timeless Japanese aesthetics, discipline and contemplation. It remains deeply minimalist. It combines the Scandinavian love of convenience and adds something Japanese: an asymmetrical decoration, a handmade element, or a harsh sharp edge of a single object.
Interiors of Japandi keep straight lines. They are comfortable although they give the impression of being “empty”. They contain a lot of wood and natural textiles. Through the direct use of Japanese decorative accents (low tables, flat cushions, screens, ceramics, calligraphes) they get a distinctive character.