Originating from Japan, origami gives our interiors a breath of fresh air for spring. The famous paper folding technique inspires designers who revisit everyday objects with a newfound finesse. Lamps, pillows, tables, shelves, vases… the folds produce wonders in contemporary ambiances, Scandinavian being a great example. So don’t hesitate to adopt this tendency in your rental. This ancestral art will enhance your décor with a touch of sobriety and elegance.

Inspiration decor with origami11.Aperture Suspension, Habitat / 2.Moth Suspension, Fleux / 3.Wire Suspension, La Redoute / 4.Graphic wall decoration, Design Folia / 5.Shelving unit, Maisons du monde / 6.Chair One, made in design

Inspiration decor with origami21.Origami wallpaper, Le Grand Cirque / 2.Wall decoration, mounted origami deer head, Maisons du monde / 3.Paper origami unicorn head, Fleux / 4. Nude origami candleholders, Esprit Nordik / 5. Prism coffee table, Maisons du monde / 6.Origami rabbit statuette, Becquet / 7.Bloomingville Geometric vase, Decoclico / Cushions, Hello Pillow

Shelves in shape of origamiOrigami shelf, Becquet

Inspiration decor with origami3Left : Metal shelves, adonde / Right : Triangular wall holders #5, Papier Tigre

Inspiration decor with origami3Origami crane garland curtain, A Little Market

Origami sinkOrigami sink, Eumar

Origami Duralex dishwareDIY Duralex dishware, Morganours



The origami trend is also winning over home exteriors. Want proof? Check out this house in Tokyo, created by architect Yasuhiro Yamashita of Atelier Tekuto. Would you go for it? J

House in Tokyo in shape of origami


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