In the sun-drenched coastal town of Marbella, Spain, renowned for its golden beaches and upscale resorts, lies the Japandi Apartment. Designed by Tania Tsygel, this stunning apartment exemplifies the delicate melding of modern Japandi and Feng-Shui design styles.
Through a keen understanding of both Scandinavian warmth and Japanese minimalism, Tsygel crafts a
About Japandi Apartment
Marbella’s Mix of Designs
In sunny Marbella, Spain, a special apartment shines with a blend of design styles. An owner who loves both Feng-Shui and the Japandi style wanted a bright and welcoming space. Tania Tsygel, the interior designer, met this challenge and mixed these styles together, making a design that fits well with Feng-Shui.
Japandi: Combining Cozy and Calm
The Japandi style, a mix of Scandinavian and Japanese looks, sits at the heart of this design. This combo gives a fresh feel to simple designs. Scandinavian parts add warmth, while Japanese parts bring in more colors. Each piece of furniture, color choice, and decor item was picked to make sure everything fits together.
The apartment also has a cozy Scandinavian feel. Natural things like wood and stone go well with soft, comfy furniture. Soft rugs and fun textures are everywhere, making the place feel good to be in.
On the other side, the apartment takes hints from Japanese style, using a wider range of colors. Moving past a simple look, the apartment shows off colors from calm earthy shades to brighter ones, making the space feel lively.
Spotlight on Feng-Shui
When it comes to Feng-Shui, which is about making spaces feel good and flow well, this apartment does a great job. Every part, from where furniture sits to the decor, was planned with these old rules in mind. As a result, the apartment feels peaceful and balanced, making it a great place to live.
To wrap up, Tania Tsygel’s wide design knowledge shows in every room. Each space shows her skill in mixing Feng-Shui, cozy Scandinavian touches, and lively Japanese colors. So, this apartment isn’t just a place to stay—it’s a cozy, bright spot that feels just right.
Photography courtesy of Tania Tsygel