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  1. […] The meticulous attention paid to the art of drinking tea speaks clearly to the wabi sabi movement and to slow intentional living. Having a deeper understanding of the wabi sabi tea ritual can help you have a deeper understanding of the roots of the wabi sabi interior design movement.  […]

  2. […] Further Wabi-Sabi design styling can be found here. […]

  3. […] of form meets function, with a Scandinavian light color palette and rustic, earthy tones of the Wabi-Sabi and Japanese minimalism movement. What’s not to […]

  4. […] I highlighted small makers for Wabi Sabi spaces. However, these beautiful handmade vessels fit into many home stylings. That spirit of […]

  5. Mario Daigle says:

    I love it all!! You are an excellent designer. never seen anything like it. :-O
    Sooo different and sooo “Artful”.
    Contemporary, Modern, yet with a raw touch of the past. Congratulations! ♥♥♥:-)

  6. […] out my other blog posts. The Sherwin Williams paint colors in this blog will look great in a Wabi Sabi space. Brighter colors like Raspberry Blush or Vining Ivy will look great in Moroccan inspired […]

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