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Trending on Remodelista: Japandi Style

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Trending on Remodelista: Japandi Style

March 12, 2021

Remodelista editors celebrated Japandi design this week. What is it exactly? Rustic Japanese minimalism meets the modern lines of Scandinavian style.

At Hotel Hakuba in Nagano, Japan, Japanese architecture merges with Scandinavian design. See Hotel Hakuba: The Ultimate in Japandi Style.
Above: At Hotel Hakuba in Nagano, Japan, Japanese architecture merges with Scandinavian design. See Hotel Hakuba: The Ultimate in Japandi Style.
Woodworker Bryan Edwards clean-lined pieces for Hummingbird + Hawk are in part inspired by his childhood fascination with origami and its no-waste, no-glue ethos. See Hummingbird + Hawk: “Clean, Subtle, Sustainable” Bamboo Furniture Inspired by Japanese Joinery.
Above: Woodworker Bryan Edwards clean-lined pieces for Hummingbird + Hawk are in part inspired by his childhood fascination with origami and its no-waste, no-glue ethos. See Hummingbird + Hawk: “Clean, Subtle, Sustainable” Bamboo Furniture Inspired by Japanese Joinery.
Julie stumbled upon a Japanese purveyor of vintage objects from Japan, Scandinavia, France, and points beyond. Good news for those not in Japan: you can shop its products on their Instagram account. See Shopper’s Diary: Oblaat in Japan.
Above: Julie stumbled upon a Japanese purveyor of vintage objects from Japan, Scandinavia, France, and points beyond. Good news for those not in Japan: you can shop its products on their Instagram account. See Shopper’s Diary: Oblaat in Japan.

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