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Get the look: the best online shops for Japandi style decor

Lick's Japandi style decor shopping guide

WordsMegan Lambert


A blend of Japanese and Scandinavian designJapandi style decor is the design style for those whose mantra is ‘a place for everything and everything in its place’. That said, it’s not exactly minimalist. Embracing imperfections, Japandi style is a celebration of Mother Nature and, and focuses on the use of natural materials and an earthy colour palette. So, if you want to create a feeling of peace and tranquillity in your home, take a look at our picks of the best shops to get the Japandi decor look.


Inspired by its founders’ global travels, Nkuku sources its products from all over the globe. Showcasing styles from across the world, we think that this Yamuna Kilim Lounger would find a perfect home in a Japandi-style living room. These Naneli Water Hyacinth Baskets are also the perfect storage option, embodying that rustic Japandi feel, whilst enabling you to minimise clutter the Japandi way.

Nkuku baskets
Image credit: Nkuku


WEARTH’s ethos is totally in harmony with the philosophy behind Japandi decor. Here you can shop for items using their “by value” filter, meaning you can choose between vegan-friendly, social contribution, and plastic-free (to name a few). We think this Waney Oak Chopping Board handmade in Bristol by Konk! is a must-have addition to any Japandi-style kitchen.

H&M Home

Making a name for itself with its earthy, nature-inspired interiors, H&M Home has got to be on your shopping list if you’re looking for Japandi homewares. Reasonably priced and good quality, we always seem to find something here. We’re adding a few of these dark green stoneware cups and stoneware plates to our baskets, immediately.

H&M Home Japandi ceramics
Image credit: H&M Home
H&M Home Japandi ceramics
Image credit: H&M Home


Based in Manchester, made throughout the UK and Europe, Form specialises in those little trinkets and homewares that make a house a home. Like this hand-turned sycamore bowl by Selwyn House.

Kave Home 

All of Kave Home’s furnishings are made from either recycled, recyclable or sustainable materials and it's a great destination for furniture with a Japandi look. We’re currently coveting this Beyla solid oak sideboard with oak veneer, as well as this ​​Krysia room divider.