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Photo from Anahi restaurant, Paris  http://www.sarahakwisombe.com/blog/2015/6/1/coloured-or-metallic-tile-grout

TRY THIS NOW: COLOURED OR METALLIC TILE GROUT

Anahi restaurant interior, Paris / Garance Doré This contemporary in interior is an example of Kintsukroi (aka kintsuki) Japan

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[Image] Kintsukuroi ("To Repair With Gold") - Why poeple who hit rock bottom and rose again are most inspirational.

Prometheus: Hardcore kintsugi. Street Kintsugi: Artist Rachel Sussman ‘Repairs’ the Roads with Gold

Street Kintsugi: Artist Rachel Sussman ‘Repairs’ the Roads with Gold. (Idea for our concrete floors!

Dandelion in milk/lavender from Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune.  http://www.contemporarytiles.se/dandelion.html

Modern Moroccan Tile: Dandelion in milk/lavender from Swedish architects Claesson Koivisto Rune

Our Collection Features:  Historic ornament for woodwork-furniture applications Impressive pedigree dating back to famous English architect Robert Adam Over 16,

Our Collection Features: Historic ornament for woodwork-furniture applications Impressive pedigree dating back to famous English architect Robert Adam Over 16,

Club Monaco Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear Collection - Vogue

Club Monaco Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show

Club Monaco Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear Collection - Vogue

mud beaded dome pendant from Greedilulu

mud beaded dome pendant from Greedilulu

Get Quotes from Tradesmen & Professionals - Australia | hipages

Get Quotes from Tradesmen & Professionals - Australia | hipages

Sometimes Now

Gold “ Sean Kelly at Art Basel in Hong Kong Photo: © Mark Blower & Ocula

KINTSUGI Repair Kit - How to fix broken ceramics the cool way! | Mora Approved

New Kintsugi DIY Repair Kit

KINTSUGI Repair Kit - How to fix broken ceramics the cool way!

If our concrete floor cracks, we're doing this to it! It's concrete with liquid gold to fill the cracks!

If our concrete floor cracks, we're doing this to it! It's concrete with liquid gold to fill the cracks! (What the crap who thinks "hmmmm concrete cracked. I'll fill it in with gold!" What even kinda Scrooge mcduck lunatic is this?

It is a fact of life that buildings, as they age, inevitably fall apart. We Americans are not quite comfortable with this. We like everything to be shiny and new: we like all our buildings and our interior finishes to have the smooth sameness of youth. But the Japanese have developed a way of dealing with this. They have, in fact, embraced the idea that sometimes fixing broken things can make them even better and more beautiful than when they were new.

Broken is Beautiful: The Japanese Tradition That Makes Broken Things Even Better than Brand New

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