Explore Wabi Sabi and more!

I have always collected rocks, shells, twigs, etc. The contrast with the darker and light from windows and curtains is my kind of decorating. I'll be ready when I have my beach house some day!

Explore the raw beauty of wabi sabi philosophy, celebrating aged wood grain in decor. See Wabi Sabi examples that you can translate into your interior design.

the Japanese philosophy Wabi Sabi. The aesthetic is sometimes described as one of beauty that is “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete”

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cups - I love the look of handmade things.  Their imperfection is what makes them so interesting and pretty to me.

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Buy handmade local pottery, support the arts!] All-Day Wabi Sabi Mugs may look imperfect, but they're the perfect way to support companies that sell fair-trade products.

Wabi Sabi decor:  Wabi Sabi is the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfections and in nature. it’s the uneven wood grain or vintage piece with a tiny chip.  DO IT!:    do it wabi sabi style by accenting your surfaces and walls with natural, imperfect elements and enjoy their refreshing beauty and simplicity.

DIYable: wabi sabi decor

Feel revitalized with this wabi sabi decor inspiration, which combines rocks and aged wood to create a gorgeous mantle.

WABI SABI - simple, organic living from a Scandinavian Perspective.

WABI SABI Scandinavia - Design, Art and DIY.maybe I need a bluer grey than I have now.

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Love the floor, sweet living room. Rugs from Nanimarquina, hand knotted of natural wool, silk and mohair. This rug collection is called Chillida, decorated with a selection of Spanish artist Eduardo Chillida’s work