Trend inspo: Scandi Japandi

Looking to create a calm chilled out bathroom? Look no further than Scandi/Japandi. Soft shades and neutrals, woods and natural stone make the most of nature and offer a clutter free chic design with relaxing spa-like vibes.

1) Textured stone

Large format slabs in brushed beige tones offer height and texture in this @nobuhotels bathroom. Get the look with Eleganza Cream from Ape Grupo, Metropolis Almond from Casalgrande Padana, or Lims Beige from Atlas Concorde.

@nobuhotels @est_living

2) Understated floor

Natural browns, beige, and cream create a wonderfully simple patterned floor for a little twist on Japandi/Scandi style in this bathroom from @thejunetree. Get the look with Bauhaus Clay from Zia Tile, Fallow White from Fireclay Tile, or Bluff from Sabine Hill.

@zia_tile @thejunetree

3) Matchsticks

Ultra thin ivory tiles surround this luxury bath and decorate the walls. A touch of texture adds an organic charm to blend the wood and stone. Get the look with Milky Way from Fireclay Tile, Subway Bone from Clay Imports, or Kasama Kosho from Claybrook Studio.

@fireclaytile @honeyedfigs @laurejoliet

4) Triangles

Funky lines and pale natural stone combine with a surprising splash of light green to create dynamic Scandi/Japandi vibe in this bathroom. Get the look with these Sybilla Triangle tiles from Huguet Mallorca, Pearl Vigo from Bert & May, or Beige Pyramid from Otto Tiles & Design.

@huguetmallorca @sybillaofficial @andresfragaperez

5) A touch of colour

Pale blue zellige tiles decorate the walls whilst a dusty blue green stout picket tile adds some colour to the floor. The chilled atmosphere is completed with plenty of wood and patterned rugs. Get the look with Free Spirit Glazed Picket Terracotta Tiles from Marble Systems, Picket Pyrite from Fireclay Tile, or Picket Tiles from Pratt + Larson.

@karrbik_design @photographie_by_li

A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, March 2022.

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