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Japandi Style – How To Achieve It In Your Home

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As mentioned previously I’ve been obsessed with Japandi style – the mash up of Scandinavian and Japanese design that is both minimalist and warm. The great thing about this style is it’s relatively easy to achieve if you maintain a strict color palette and are prepared to edit rigorously. I scoured the web to find the perfect items to add to your home to get that wabi sabi minimalist interior we’ve all been dreaming of.


I’m partial to anything light, airy and made of paper.

For something more structured you can’t go wrong with lighting from Wo & We or Workstead. I also like Muuto’s Grain Pendant which is made from composite and features grains of bamboo.

Wo & We Sconce, Muuto Grain Pendant, Workstead Beam Pendant 


I love the look of wood in a lounge chair. You can either go light and airy with the Cuba Chair, or dark and warm with a classic Eames lounge chair.

Cuba Lounge Chair, Lawson Fenning Morro Lounge Chair , Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair


A sofa should be comfortable but with clean lines. Lawson Fenning make all of their products in Los Angeles and you can definitely see the California influence in their Mesa sofa. Anthropologie’s sofa is made from upcycled material which is a bonus.

Lawson Fenning Mesa Sofa, Anthropologie Upcycled Sofa 


You can’t go wrong with any of these neutral, handmade rugs.

Lemieux et Cie Tukar Rug, Pottery Barn Marina Rug, Citizenry Sans Gil Rug


It’s easy to add texture to a space with handmade tableware and linens.

August Etta Kitchen Towels, Kaneko Kohyo Cafe Au Lait Bowl , Vintage Indian Paper Mache Bowl