We all know of Buddhism which has generated from ancient china, Wabi-Sabi is a Japanese ideal.
There’s something simple and calming about designing with wabi-sabi in mind. The idea of being surrounded by natural, changing, unique objects helps us to connect to our real world and appreciate simplicity. Over time, objects in our home lose their brand new appeal. Materials age, accidents happen, and things change. A wabi-sabi home embraces all of these aspects of daily life, allowing authenticity to be the star of every room.
A sensibility to preserves belongings to a minimum, summon only those possessions that bring nostalgia, beauty, utility, or a combination of all into the space.
This trend doesn't use minimalism, its intentions is to only keep things that are vital to a calm and happy spirit, it’s a tactic that maximizes the joy of everyday living.
The translation: Japanese art is to find the beauty in the imperfect, impermanent, incomplete and the natural decay in nature. When you cooperate this in interior design it brings a new way of promoting well being and flow in the home, an art of simplicity and harmony combined with nature.