Minimalism as an aesthetic choice
Minimalism, not the art movement, but the trend in dispossessing possessions has been popular in the last 15 years. Interior decors like Japandi set the aesthetic tone for what is progressive. Japandi combines Scandinavian functionality with Japanese rustic minimalism. This style evokes an aesthetic of natural simplicity and intelligent form. Clean lines, bright spaces, and light colours demonstrate the beauty of space discouraging excess items and flourishes. Japandi’s appeal goes hand in hand with the desire for eco and sustainable expressions of form and function. To achieve the elements of this style, it is important to emphasize only quality pieces of furniture and eliminate excessive items. For this decluttering is key.