Japandi is an especially great style for the bedroom, as the calming elements of nature and clean lines help the body relax after a long day, or wake up calmly even in times of stress. From vertical wood slats, to cotton bedding and paper lantern lampshades, these spaces have all Japandi elements that you love.
When NYC rents lowered in the pandemic, children's book editor and author Anna Membrino took the opportunity to live alone for the first time. Mirrors, white walls, and lots of plants help make the small space feel much larger.
After living in sixteen different apartments with roommates, Coralie took a huge step and moved in on her own for the first time. She found a one bedroom in Fort Greene that she has decorated with art of her favorite artists and books while staying true to her neat and tidy minimalist roots.
Natalie Doef describes her style as bohemian, whimsical, modern, and fresh. "I tend to gravitate towards earthy features; I love incorporating natural materials like rattan, bamboo, clay, ceramic, and stone."