The Japandi interior design is a mix of Nordic and Japanese style. Simply put, Japandi is a hybrid trend. It takes the modern flair of Scandinavian design and combines it with the timeless elegance of Japanese aesthetics to create a style that brings together the best of both worlds.
It is not difficult to see why these two styles have been combined. Although they come from different parts of the world, they share similar principles. They are both minimalist. Both emphasize the importance of creating spaces based on defined functions, with a few pieces, rather than an abundance of decoration.
It's their differences that make this mash-up especially interesting. While Japanese spaces can be overly stylish, the rustic details in Nordic design add warmth. When Scandinavian interiors tend to be so neutral that they can appear antiseptic, the rich color palette of Japanese design adds warmth to the room.