Japandi is a hybrid of the best elements from both Scandinavian and Japanese design to create spaces that have simplistic beauty, functionality and warmth.
As many of us continue to work from home, our spaces still need to meet our multiple requirements.
Here are five quick ways to create harmony and cosiness in your home.
Consider your colours
The Japandi palette consists of earthy taupes, beige and stone combined with soft muted pinks, blues and greys. These neutral but delicate tones can add a sense of warmth and vibrancy without crowding your room. Our range of Quilt Ring Cushions, available in six colours, provide an uncomplicated way to refresh your bedroom or living spaces.
More than one use
Functionality and organisation are essential to both Scandi and Japanese cultures. Made from natural materials, our Seagrass and Kayra baskets offer decorative storage for blankets, throws, toys and even plants to keep your space uncluttered and tidy.
Candles go hand-in-hand with relaxation and tranquillity. Soft lighting, paired with gorgeous scents, can help achieve a sense of zen to easily de-stress your work and home zones. Minimally styled candles add a touch of luxury to any surface.
Utilise statement pieces
Our handcrafted ceramics are ideal conversation starters, as we move towards being able to host friends and family outdoors post-lockdown. Uniquely shaped, our tableware is suitable for everyday use and special occasions both indoors and out.
Outside spaces and nature
As we start to enjoy lighter evenings, now is the time to refresh your garden, balcony, or patio in preparation for summer. Rattan garden furniture and plant pots can add visual structure and texture for spaces to unwind in.
Even if you lack outdoor space, both styles rely on natural elements, so a new leafy houseplant addition or dried flowers in a vase can complete your look.