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Why Japandi is the new interiors trend you’ll want to know about…

...and how to get the look, with these 24 pieces we love...

Written by High Life North
Published 07.08.2021

We all want that calming and welcoming feel when we walk through the door after a long, hard day. And the Japandi trend gives us just that vibe.

This interior style brings the best from two different sides of the world – layers of natural textures from Scandinavia and minimalist bold designs from Japan – into one relaxing fusion that is Japandi.

From contrasting clean lines to neutral colour pallets, this is a trend that will give any living space an elegant look that’ll turn your home into a calming retreat.

Wall art

Think beige, white and dark greys contrasts. From a combination of vertical and horizontal lines to dominant, straight geometric shapes, these statement art pieces will add some depth to your Japandi interior whilst adding some character.

Rocket Jack - Japandi VIII - £48.00

Abstract House - Scandi Shapes With Lines Art Print - £150.00

Simply Adore - Nordic Scandinavian Shapes Abstract Wall Art Print - £17.00

Made - Clay Set of 2 Framed Prints - £159.00

The House Outfit - Maleah - £29.00

Desenio - Soft Abstract Lines NO1 Poster - £24.02

Furniture

If you’re wanting staple pieces that will never go out of fashion, Japandi style furniture is for you. Choose neutral fabrics in a beige, off-white or muted grey and style them with natural wood and in a simple design shape.

Fire & Co. - Holls Rattan Egg Chair - £449.00

John Lewis & Partners - Spindle Bed Frame - £399.00

Dunelm - Eddie Fabric Tub Chair - £149.00

The Farthing - Rattan Bench - £465.00

Rydan - Kyoto Sideboard - £837.00

Tikamoon - Niels Sheesman Coffee Table - £419.00

Lighting

‘Less is more’ is the case with the Japandi lighting situation. Light sets the mood and the one we’re going for is peaceful. Whether you go for minimal shapes with clean lines or something that contrasts the space rather than overpowering it, you’ll have those Japandi vibes in no time.

Fire & Co. - Cobalt Floor Lamp Nude - £199.00

John Lewis, John Lewis & Partners - Harmony Ribbon Ceiling Light - £85.00

Muscari - Luminous Circle Table Lamp Black - £149.00

Fire & Co., Tyas Pendant Natural, £134.00 (was £149.00)

Beaumonde - White Lantern Pendant Lamp - £165.00

Wolf & Badger - Pleated Paper Lantern - £22.00

Accessories

Japandi-style accessories are a great way to cosy up your space without being too much. Think cushions and rugs with Japanese-oriented prints and Scandi minimal clay vases and neutral designs. These gorge pieces bring a subtle Japandi style but will make a huge difference to your home.

John Lewis - Harlequin Takara Cushion - £40.00

Rose and Grey - Set Of Two Seagrass Baskets - £115.00

H&M - Large Ceramic Vase - £19.99

Muscari - Linen Striped Cushion - £34.00

Fire & Co., Oaks Tear Mirror Natural, £139.00

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