Japandi, decorative style resulting from Scandinavian and Japanese fusion

In this new post of our blog, we would like to highlight another decorative trend of high impact of the last few years. We are talking about Japandi, a decorative style resulting from Scandinavian and Japanese fusion.

A new decorative trend that mixes the best of the two styles. On the one hand, the zen harmony of the Japanese style. And on the other hand,  the warmth of the Scandinavian style. The result is a bet for clean and minimalist spaces.

On the basis of wabi-sabi decorative style, this proposal researches the perfection in the imperfection. In this line, handmade pieces highlight and natural elements become the main characters. Furthermore, functional and simple elements clash.  

Little worked wood in clear shades, neutral colors and a little color expressivity that does not destroy the harmony of the space. All those are key aspects to create a room with these characteristics. In this style, we run away from fussy design, every single detail has a purpose and plants are essential.

Japandi, a decorative style resulting from Scandinavian and Japanese fusion
Japandi, decorative style resulting from Scandinavian and Japanese fusion

Japandi, decorative style resulting from Scandinavian and Japanese fusion

Neutral colors are the absolut main characters of this minimalist style. Beige, white or grey bases and with some slight touches of color, preferably in cold pastel colors, give us ideas to decorate with textiles

Walls and elements such as sofas, armchairs or curtains are a huge chance for the expressivity of natural textiles. These ones can supply a distinctive and quality touch, keeping the uniformity of the set or creating subtle color contrasts.

In Manatex, we are conscious of these market trends and because of this fact, we work to create textiles that fulfil all these trend criteria. The idea is to supply fresh and suggerent concepts to create exclusive spaces.

Our specialization in customised printings is always at service for our customers and their specific needs. Because of this fact, we can create textile decorative  proposals ideal for decorative style Japandi.

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