Embrace The Peace and Serenity with These 7 Indoor Japandi-style Plants

Embrace The Peace and Serenity with These Indoor 7 Japandi-style Plants 

Homiful.com -- Interiors in the Japandi style combine the tranquil beauty of Japanese aesthetics with the comfortable simplicity of Scandinavian design. As a result, your living space will have a sense of harmony, calm, and timeless charm. The selection of plants - live "ornaments" that breathe life into these spaces - is an important factor to creating this harmonic balance.

Ficus Benjamina


Ficus Benjamina, often known as the Weeping Fig.  Its striking look, with thin arching branches and glossy, elliptical leaves, makes it a favorite in both indoor and outdoor settings. The plant may grow fairly tall, displaying its lovely drooping leaves. On Japandi style, Ficus Benjamina's delicate form and versatile nature make it a great choice for adding attractive and calm elements to rooms.

Asparagus Fern


It's a versatile indoor plant with delicate, feathery leaves and cascading growth. The Asparagus Fern, a brilliant green plant that thrives inside, adds natural peace to areas with its airy beauty and versatility.

Polyscias Ming


This tropical beauty has unique palmate leaves on thin stalks that look like small trees. Its flexibility in various lighting settings and low-maintenance nature boost to its attraction. Its weathered bark is great for adding textural contrasts to the clean lines of Japandi houses, offering a subtle charm to echo the essential ideas of the design.

Pilea Peperomioides


The Chinese Money Plant, Pilea Peperomioides, has unique circular coin-like leaves on slender stalks that have won it a place in modern interiors. This low-fuss, low-maintenance plant represents the balance and simplicity inherent in the Japandi design, making it a popular option for such settings.

False Aralia


Its slender leaves range in color from coppery red to deep green and have 7 or 8 serrated fingers. While it grows larger outside, it adapts well as a slow-growing indoor houseplant. Its sleek design, sparse foliage, and adjustable nature match Japandi houses well.

Malabar Chestnut


Also known as the Money Tree, its unique braided trunk and hand-like leaves have cultural significance and are said to bring luck and prosperity. Its tolerance to indoor environments and slow growth reflect the Japandi beliefs.



Bonsai, an ancient Chinese art form developed in Japan, embodies nature's majesty in small size. These meticulously grown trees induce a sense of peace and reflection, frequently mimicking their full-sized counterparts. These live sculptures provide timeless beauty to places, making them a perfect choice for Japandi interiors, which emphasize a strong connection to nature. 

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Author        : Rieka

Editor        : Munawaroh

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