You may have heard a few people throwing around the term Wabi-Sabi lately. If you’re unsure exactly what it means don’t worry, there is a fair chance you are already incorporating it in your home! This design style is born from the Japanese ideology of celebrating the beauty of imperfection. Weather it’s a rug that’s ombred from wear or a baskets weave that has been left incomplete, Wabi-Sabi is all about displaying these raw elements. Handmade, one of a kind items go hand in hand with this style. Often brimming with texture and a neutral palette, Wabi-Sabi inspired homes are all about mixing irregular items together to create a perfect harmony.
Clockwise: Large coned shaped rattan pendant $671 Bisque Interiors, Paisley Woven Wall Hanging $500 Crossing Threads, 'Resurgence' Oil on Linen by Mark Elliot-Ranken enquire Graphis Gallery, 'Signs' tiles in grey enquire Dilorenzo Tiles, Atka Lanterns from $79.95 Papaya, Flip Flop Slip dinner plate $58 The Fortynine-studio, Flip Flop Slip Baking Tray $140 The Fortynine-studio, Petrified Wood Slice $88 Indigo Love, Bowen Seagrass Bag $42.95 French Knot