Wabi-Sabi Style

Wabi-Sabi Style

Feature 13596095 | © living4media / Koll, Alicja | 16 images

This tranquil aesthetic is all about evoking simplicity and closeness to nature

The Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi encourages us to take things as they are, in forms that come from nature. Organic materials and earthy colours play a key role here. Combine wood and natural linen fabrics for the essential wabi-sabi look, thereby creating a serene and airy atmosphere.

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Number of images: 16
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