10 Ways to Transform Your House in Japandi Style

Neutral Color Palette

Use a neutral color scheme with soft, Silent tones like white, beige, gray, and earthy hues

Sleek Furniture

Choose minimalist furniture with clean lines, simple designs, and low profiles for a sleek look

Natural Materials

Use natural materials such as wood, bamboo, rattan, and stone for furniture and decor elements

Japanese-Inspired Elements

Integrate Japanese design elements like shoji screens, tatami mats, bonsai plants, and sliding doors

Functional Design

Choose furniture and decorations that are useful and practical, serving more than one purpose in your home

Scandinavian TOUCH

Mix Japanese and Scandinavian styles, keeping things simple, cozy, and warm in your home design.


Include cozy things like soft rugs, warm blankets, and comfy chairs to make your home inviting

Natural Light

Let sunlight in by keeping windows clear and using light curtains to soften bright sunlight


Create a peaceful atmosphere by arranging furniture and decorations thoughtfully for a balanced and harmonious space

Minimal Decor

Keep your decorations simple and tidy, choosing only a few special pieces that match the Japandi style