When embracing Wabi-Sabi within your home, items are minimal, and those items that you choose are meant to last. So the story behind the things you do decide to keep should bring joy, happiness and a sense of peace into your home. For me, small makers, ceramicists and artisans bring a lot of meaning to the items we see, touch and interact with every day.
With those ideas in mind, here are some of my favorite creators right now. Firstly, I want to celebrate them for their process and spirit. Additionally, their works would surely bring function, beauty and harmony into your decor.
So to sum it up, when accessorizing your home, choose artisan, where you can make a soulful connection to the individual vessels and bring the essence of the maker into your space. Above all, be intentional with your selections for your space, go for authenticity over mass-manufactured products and lean into the simple beauty of the Wabi-Sabi Interior style. You won’t regret it – I promise!
Further Wabi-Sabi design styling can be found here.
Similarly, tea ceremonies require an intention and highlight process. For further reading on living slowly and with intention, here.
Further tea inspiration for when it’s time to use those ceramics, here.
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