Even if you’ve never heard the term Japandi, you’ve probably seen the design everywhere. Japandi is an interior design style that mixes modern Japanese minimalist and modern design with Scandinavian simplicity.
Both styles have roots in a minimalist mindset but with functionality always front and center. This style is super comforting, when done right, and feels cozy and effortless even with the minimalist look. The space should bring in the warmth of the Scandinavian hygge lifestyle as well as the ideas of Wabi Sabi.
Keep scrolling for tips on how to create the Japandi home of your dreams, as well as Japandi furniture recommendations and style inspo!
Japandi Style Ideas
Neutral and Contrasting Colors
Strong Lines With Organic Shapes
Japandi Decor And Materials To Incorporate
Plants And Greenery
Amazon recently launched a whole trending section with items that can be perfectly incorporated into your space to create a Japandi look. Here are some of our favorites:
This pouf is a great way to add that natural texture into your space while keeping it functional. Use it as decor, an ottoman, or even an extra seat!
Nathan James Enloe Storage Cabinet
This storage cabinet is a great replacement for any cluttered open shelves. The clean lines in the natural wood mixed with the minimal white color blend well with any minimalist space. To decorate, stay light, maybe a leaning mirror to bring in light mixed with some pottery and plants to add a contrasting organic element.
Sullivans Ceramic Vase Set
Incorporate Wabi Sabi with these perfectly imperfect vases. Add some greenery or even wood branches to help create height and dimension. This is perfect for any counter space you feel needs a little…something something.
Wicker Basket Set With Lids
This basket set is awesome because you can use it for extra storage to declutter your space. To style, try stacking two of them around the house, or use them on their own around the room to tie it together.
Delphine Cane Fabric Linen Accent Chair
This accent chair would be perfect to complement a couch, used as an end chair in your dining room, or even in a conversation set. The linen fabric against the cane helps bring warmth to the room.
Jute Rope Plant Basket
This plant basket is a nice alternative to having planters around your house. I mean, this would be so cute with a fiddly fig, blending in the natural textures, organic elements, and contrasting colors all in one.
Round Wood Coffee Table
This round coffee table is stunning and helps bring a low profile to the room. Placing a round table next to a sharp geometric couch can bring a great flow to the room. To style this, stay simple, add some vases for height and try stacking some coffee table books as a conversation piece.
Jonathan Y Modern Rug
This rug brings bold, clean lines and gives great contrast to your room while staying true to the neutral and contrasting color pallet. Paired with more neutral furniture, it adds just enough contrast to transform your space.
Gibson Elite Rhinebeck Dinnerware Set
This dinnerware set will wow your guests. It brings the Wabi Sabi element to a room and adds visual interest. If you are someone who likes to display their dinnerware, then this set is for you!
Haus and Hues Botanical Plant Art Prints
If you don’t have a green thumb but you want to incorporate greenery without plastic plants, consider these Plant Art Prints. These would look great in a simple gallery wall or leaned on cabinets and shelves around your house.
What do you think of Japandi style? Which pieces are your favorite? Tell us how you style Japandi furniture in your house in the comments below!
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