If your Wishlist for interior design and décor is realistic, if your décor plan is free from all sorts of ambiguities, and if you have a complete list of priority items, then the idea of redesigning the home will never exceed the budget you made for this purpose. Here, we will share with you some interesting décor ideas that will overwhelmingly spruce up your home without making a hole in your pocket.
A minimalist theme with Japandi
In the present time, crafting the interior with an aesthetic hybrid of two design styles is becoming en vogue. In fact, many people are inclining towards this minimalist approach in their living space, relishing the beauty of functional and calm scenery, playing with the sunlight, and complementing simple and natural items with the theme-based interior. Besides, glistening a room with natural scent makes it even more delightful.
Instead of adorning with luxurious items style the interior with earthly colours and materials which emanate the soft vibes in a functionally-driven space, and that is what Japandi style emphasises on. It is the simplicity at its core, and homely at its edges that compose the space not only functional and minimal but also welcoming.
Once you have the grasp of the concept and philosophy of Japandi style, you can go ahead and decorate your interiors. It is always beneficial to incorporate some of the popular, tried and tested trends though:
Use Contrasting colours
Blend dark hues with light woods, by opting monochromatic accents for the walls. And, to add a little vibrancy to the living space, you can place a house plant either at the centre, beside a sofa, or at the corner of the room.
Mix and match furniture
Both Japanese and Scandinavia furniture focus on functionality, however, they do have some differences between too. Scandinavia furniture has clean lines and is mostly in light-colour, whereas Japanese furniture is lower to the ground and comprises a darker shade. Mixing and matching these two furniture styles can create a pleasant looking interior.
Add statement accessories
There aren’t many accessories in either Japanese or Nordic styles since both of them focus on functionality. However, you can still accessorise your house even if you’re decorating in Japandi style. All you have to ensure that embellishment is subtle and in tune with the rest of the interior design. Placing indoor plants is always a good option. In addition to this, you can incorporate stone in decor. A bathtub placed on a rugged stone slab brings out an instant wow! You can also use stone stands to upholster plant pots.
Simple yet luxurious
Bright colours should be avoided in Japandi style decor. You can experiment with different shades of warm or cool greys but remember to keep your palette neutral. And, don’t go for erratic patterns, since the Japandi style focuses on simplicity and minimalism, opting simple stripes or a touch of shibori will be enough to make your interior feel alive.