Does your dream home involve light-flooded rooms devoid of clutter, featuring curated furniture allying style and functionality? You’re not alone. Most decorating trends in recent years have shared the same affinity: soothing neutral colours, airy layouts, and clean-lined furniture crafted in natural materials. Scandinavian and Japanese designs stand out as two of the best examples of minimalist home décor. If you’re not sure where you stand between zen and hygge, then Japandi style may be what you’re been looking for.
Born as a fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian-inspired aesthetics, Japandi (sometimes also referred to as Scandinese) is taking the world by storm, thanks to the influence of TikTok and Pinterest. Both cultures embrace functionality and craftsmanship, making it the perfect style for the entire home. More than a “look,” it favours a holistic approach to the environment, encouraging mindful and eco-friendly practices.
Japandi in the Bedroom
If you think of your bedroom as a cozy sanctuary where you unwind, you’ll feel right at home in a Japandi master retreat. Minimalist lines like our Nook collection will help you feel relaxed and centred.
Japandi style fosters the absence of clutter. This provides a calming environment perfect for going to bed with a clear mind and waking up on the right foot. You can achieve this by coordinating furniture with plenty of storage to keep your belongings organised. Our Tate and Cuppa collections are excellent choices to set up a clean and welcoming bedroom.
Wood furniture is a must for Japandi style. The Scandinavian aesthetic is known for favouring light wood and white accents. Meanwhile the Japanese style trends towards richer, deeper tones like black and chocolate brown. Being a hybrid, Japandi encourages a combination, using different tints for a mix-and-match look.
Ensure that your bedroom embraces a holistic approach and use furniture crafted with the best environmental practices. Made using 100% natural pinewood, our Cali beds are also constructed with zero toxins and chemical additions. Wake up refreshed by adopting bed sets in natural, organic fibres like cotton, linen, or bamboo.