Scandinavia and Japan are two places you wouldn’t exactly describe as “close”. Yet the Japandi interior style embodies common values both cultures hold dear. In Japan, “Wabi-Sabi” refers to a philosophy or a worldview, the acceptance of transience and imperfection. This also applies to interior design. In Nordic countries, “hygge” is the concept of warm, rustic cosiness. When merged, Japandi is the result.
Warm, matching and natural colours like beige, green, subtle brown, aubergine, black and grey characterise this interior style. Also driven by function, it places a high emphasis on decorative items that serve a practical purpose. Subtle yet vital details such as the switch frames Gira E2 and Gira E3 merge seamlessly with this style.