This trend finds beauty in simple things by combining elegant Japanese minimalism and rustic Scandinavian simplicity. Think of it as neutral colours, simple lines and big and beautiful leafy houseplant.
What are the elements of Japandi Styling?
If you are familiar with 'hygge' or Scandinavian styling, you will understand the concept of creating a cosy space. Your home is your sanctuary and a place of calm.
Mix up that sense of Scandinavian calm with the traditional Japanese concept of 'wabi-sabi' centred on the importance of beautiful imperfection. Appreciating that nature, while beautiful, is never perfect.
The principles of wabi-sabi are asymmetry, simplicity, roughness, imperfection and appreciation of nature and natural things.
Wabi-sabi is sometimes helpful if you think of yourself as a perfectionist and are never happy with your plants. It can challenge how you feel and make you appreciate your imperfect plants.
Decorating in Japandi Style at home?
Focus on natural colours and materials, and avoid bright colours and clutter. Keep the space simple and aim to create harmony. Clean and open spaces are the key to Japandi styling, with one or two statement plants that have space to grow.
Japandi style creates a sense of stability and permanence; choose plants you intend to keep and grow for years.
If you're looking for inspiration, please check out our Japan collection of plants and planters. Natural coloured baskets and gorgeous elegant plants delivered.
The Polyscias Ming is a wonderful indoor tree with a gnarled looking trunk and an abundance of emerald green/purple leaves, if you’re looking for house plant delivery then this might just be the one for you! This really is a great example of a house tree plant with lots of character.
The Shield Aralia is a wonderful indoor tree with a gnarled looking trunk and an abundance of emerald green/purple leaves, if you’re looking for house plant delivery then this might just be the one for you! This really is a great example of a house tree plant with lots of character.
We absolutely love these baby Mexican Fortune Trees is also known as the Money Tree or Malabar Chestnut. This plant makes for the perfect conversation piece or theme setter in any home. This plant likes bright light, regular watering and feeding during the summer and with a bit of care and attention, you will be rewarded with a beautiful and unusual houseplant.
We love Ficus Golden King for its wonderfully graceful, variegated foliage and because it’s so easy to look after. From the large Fig family, the ficus golden king looks different from other better-known figs, such as the Fiddle Leaf Figs. It has smaller, paler green leaves bordered with creamy gold - they are delicate and look truly ethereal, like a magic tree from a fairytale! Best of all the ficus benjamina golden king care is easy, just never let it dry out.
Another lovely indoor tree from the Fig family. We absolutely love this attractive houseplant! The Ficus Retusa is a true indoor Bonsai tree, that has a gorgeous thick aerial root. It's the perfect Bonsai for beginners - robust, hardy and gorgeous to look at.
It is native to China through tropical Asia, We love this Bonsai for its graceful form and uniquely shaped roots. This fig makes a very attractive large indoor plant. It’s also very good value, quite a cheap houseplant that gives a lot of value back!