Scandinese – The Latest Hybrid Interior Trend
Focus on Minimalism
A Scandinese home is based on a tranquil philosophy making use of natural materials, empty spaces, and soothing colours. Though they come from different sides of the globe, the one thing they have in common is minimalism. They both emphasize the need to create a function-driven space, with a few statement pieces to balance the modern flair of Japanese design with the timeless elegance of a Scandinavian aesthetic.
Are you interested in introducing a little Scandinese into your home? Take a look at the following tips.
Scandinese Fuses Designs to Create Harmony
Fusing the two design styles creates a balance of colour and harmony, but restricting clutter and accessorising with key pieces that act as a feature in the room.
Indoor bamboo, bonsai plants, cactuses, orchids or money trees require minimal maintenance, and can freshen up your interior easily by adding a touch of greenery.
Here, space optimizing solutions and smart storage are the crucial components keeping things neat. Try to eliminate bulky items, colourful wallpapers and aim to create a tranquil environment that will help in keeping your mind at ease.
Contrast is key to creating a visually interesting interior space. In this case, the colour palette is the easiest way to see how juxtaposition defines this trend and creates a new and exciting look.
Impossibly ethereal surroundings with cream hues, natural materials and lots of sheer fabrics that soften the light that comes in, are typical of Japanese style. Combine it with the clean lines of the hugely popular Scandinavian style and you end up with Scandinese (which I prefer) or Japandi.
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