Many of you may have already enjoyed living well with the concept of minimalism. With 2018 well underway, the new trend conquering the interiors world is the wabi sabi principle. Translating the beauty in imperfection, it's a concept that originated  from Japanese philosophy. On its own wabi means simplicity, whether it be elegant or rustic, while sabi is the beauty of age and wear. When linked together, it's an aesthetic beauty that is humble and functional in your home.

With this in mind, you won’t find simple perfect, but you will find imperfection simple and minimalistic which is what is great about this principle.

Take for example, getting the house clean after a day's work and putting pieces of your decor in perfect order, then finding a wrinkled linen tablecloth and napkin on your dining table. This is a classic example of beauty in imperfection, perfect in an imperfect setting.

If you wish to nail this trend in your home, think organic rustic lines in vases, bowls and trays. Layer with linen, the more wrinkly the better. Or simply click here to browse our exquisite Japanese brand Fog Linen collection. While you're at it, you can add to cart and shop. Yes, you can thank me later.

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  1. Alfie

    Totally agree. I have implemented wabi sabi creating a pottery and Loving every single details of it!
    Every in perfection has a story behind it.

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