The Japandi decor aesthetic is stylishly elevated in this conceptual home interior, visualized by
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A wood-framed sofa and lounge chairs call in the natural wooden element that links Japanese and Scandinavian aesthetics. This prominent design element is echoed in the deep wooden window reveals, the slender window frames, and in solid wood flooring.
Modern artwork adorns the wood-paneled walls of the Japandi living room with shades of warm, rusty brown. The huge, pale living room pendant light dwarfs the rectangular coffee table below it.
Small stacks of
Out in the home entryway, wooden doors are camouflaged within wood-clad walls, while the white front door is hidden flatly in a colorless mount.
A floor-to-ceiling mirror features a pair of razor-thin LED strips that burn an atmospheric golden glow.
The mirrored panels reflect a small Japandi-style
Wooden pocket doors silently slide open to give entry to a compact dressing room with a bespoke vanity table and fitted wardrobes. A large,
Greige sliding doors conceal the wardrobe contents, spanning two walls of the dressing room in an L-shaped installation.
Back inside the open-plan living room, the formal dining area is arranged alongside a sleek one-wall kitchen design. A
The deeply cushioned,
A huge window fills the kitchen diner with an abundance of light.
Slender wall cabinets are gathered at the center of the kitchen run to create a solid statement. A white marble backsplash wall spreads a beautiful beige vein behind.
An illuminated rock panel makes a textural headboard feature wall in the master bedroom. The show-stopping element is balanced out by low-hanging
Simple white panels complete the remainder of the headboard feature wall, providing a smooth counterbalance with the rockface interlude.
Low-line wooden nightstands wing the gray upholstered platform bed.
Wooden wall panels flank the white headboard wall, creating rich contrast.
At the foot of the bed, a wooden
A record player is housed at the other end of the console unit, bringing uplifting music to sleepy mornings.
A cushioned window seat underlines the restful view.
With music, books, and a welcoming window seat, it might be difficult to leave the bedroom at all.
Two pocket doors flank the wooden console unit, connecting the bedroom with the living room in an open, freeflowing circuit.
More books are displayed on shelving in the fluted wood storage unit, while vinyl is treasured behind closed doors.
An open walkway leads directly into the master dressing room and to an ensuite bathroom on the left.
At the edge of the dressing room, there is a unique
A custom-made wooden desk is installed against a pane of frameless, clear glass, which allows the homeowner to peer upon the living room when at work. Wood flooring flows seamlessly between the two. The glass accepts natural light from the large living room windows, giving the desk a sunny disposition.
Beige, handle-free, built-in wardrobes form an L-shaped arrangement around the home workspace, providing a distraction-free setting. The floating desk can also double as a conveniently placed dressing table whenever the need arises.
A beige desk chair pulls up at the floating desk, complementing the neighboring wooden armchairs that sit beyond the glass.
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