Tag Archive: wabi-sabi

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Room of the Day: Wall of Windows With A View

Every once in a while we enter a space that literally takes our breath away. This one did just that for me. For lovers of light and the outdoors, this is a dream room with expansive, slanted, and floor to ceiling paneled windows. There's no

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Blogs We Dig: Pure Green

Pure Green's effortless design approach, unpretentious styling, and reverence to green living is so wonderfully displayed through beautiful photography and sumptuously to-the-point editorial. If you're seeking inspiration that involves returning to more simpler times,

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Wabi-Sabi Not-So-Perfect Planters

Isn't it a relief to know that we don't have to be perfect? This is especially true when applying the use of wabi-sabi design...the art of imperfection. No need to alter or correct the natural state of an object like tin, copper, or wood.

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Book Review & Giveaway: "Simply Imperfect" is Simply Perfection

When I first picked up Robyn Griggs Lawrence's newest book, Simply Imperfect: Revisiting the Wabi-Sabi House, a study of the Japanese art of living called "wabi-sabi", I was quite intrigued, as I'd never before experienced nor been exposed to this design style or philosophy.