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Comfy And Warm Interior With A Japandi Twist

In this stylish warm interior with a Japandi twist, you will find different natural materials. The use of stained oak wood in the various elements give the interior a warm atmosphere. The oak kitchen is of course the highlight! Also, the play of lines can be found in the various elements of the interior. For example, you can find slats in the kitchen, by the fireplace, as a room divider at the workplace and also as a partition in the bathroom. Ribbing is also found in the natural stone back wall at the work station, where the Travertin back wall is milled out.

With its contrasts in structure and materials, the wooden kitchen forms an interesting whole that keeps you looking. At the same time, the natural stone contrasts nicely with the dark wood, making the whole look a bit lighter and fresher. In addition, black steel has been used under the bar, which makes the whole look even more robust. This creates an inviting place where you can enjoy a drink. In this way, the kitchen radiates luxury through the use of materials and beautiful details. Gaggenau’s ovens emphasize this feeling. The brass patina Quooker completes the look and provides some extra warmth. Moreover, did you notice that even the sink fits in perfectly? Here the natural stone runs through and the bottom matches the Quooker.

All the details fall together, making this Japandi style kitchen absolutely right! It’s all about simplicity, about appreciating nature and with an eye for minimalist but luxurious details. The different finishes and the use of natural materials and curves makes it a warm interior with a nod to Japanese and Scandinavian style. It is tasteful and timeless at the same time.