Japandi, simple and slow

If you are looking for an interior style that is minimalist, soothing and cosy at the same time, then 'Japandi' might be for you. This interior style combines the clean, simple lines of the Japanese aesthetic with the warm, natural elements of the Scandinavian style. Best of all, you can very well create this style yourself through DIY projects and furniture.

One of the key principles of 'Japandi' is simplicity, so when you get started with DIY projects yourself, it is important to start with a clean and minimalist design. Think simple lines, light colours and natural materials such as wood and linen.

Another important aspect of 'Japandi' is an emphasis on natural elements, so try to use materials like wood and stone for your DIY projects and furniture. Think of a wooden table with clean lines, a simple wooden chair or a storage rack made of MDF that you paint yourself in a light colour. These materials not only provide a natural look, but also add a sense of warmth and cosiness to your home. Walnut can make a good contribution to that.

When getting started with DIY projects within the 'Japandi' interior style, it is important to work with the right tools and materials. Measure carefully and work accurately to ensure you get a professional finish. Have your board material cut to size by the online sawmill for professionally cut wood that is cut to the millimetre.

Once done with your DIY projects, add finishing touches by adding natural elements such as plants, stones or woven baskets. It is important to remember that 'Japandi' is about minimalism and simplicity, so keep it simple and let natural materials speak for themselves.

In short, making your own DIY projects and furniture in the style of 'Japandi' is a great way to create a serene and cosy atmosphere in your home. Keep it simple, work with natural materials and enjoy the calming look this style brings. So get to work and create something beautiful and functional for yourself and your home.