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The power of simplicity, but also of imperfection. The use of natural materials and organic shapes creates a soothing interplay of two styles, namely: Scandinavian and Japanese. Or Japandi. Behind both interior styles lies more than just beautiful designs and soothing color combinations.
It goes deeper than that, because both styles stem from an authentic philosophy of life. A Scandinavian interior style is based on the age-old 'Hygge' which stands for cosiness, atmosphere and cosiness. A Japanese interior is often based on 'Wabi Sabi' wisdom, where simplicity and imperfection are the guidelines.
A soothing interior? Let's talk about Japandi! Japandi is a living style that ensures that an oasis of peace is created in your home. This is partly due to the recurring use of natural materials and neutral earthy colours.
The nice thing about Japandi is that you can easily apply it in your current interior. So do you have a modern or industrial living style? Even then you can easily add a touch of Japandi to your interior! A Japandi dining table is a real must, but you can also start with a Japandi coffee table or some beautiful wall shelves. This immediately provides a dose of heat. Do you also want a soft look? Then go for lived oak furniture, or a table, coffee table or wall shelf with a tree trunk edge. These organic shapes provide a perfect balance between sleek and soft.
You may have guessed it, but softness and nature are also central to the color palette. This ensures a refined selection of light brown, beige and white tones with the occasional highlight to a pastel color. Basically, these are all colors that radiate peace, safety, warmth and cosiness. A perfect combination to create tranquility and make you feel at home.
You will undoubtedly have a refined base with this neutral color palette. This makes it fun to add an accent color, such as ocher yellow, dark green or terra. Think of a relaxing armchair, decorative cushions or nice accessories.
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