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<p>Wabi-sabi is the beauty in everyday things. A broken chair, a vase with a chip, a board that is not quite symmetrical--wabi sabi is about simplifying the environment and finding the aesthetic in ordinary objects.</p><p>It promotes flow, beauty, simplicity. It is be free of clutter and distration. Everything is practical, useful. Wabi-sabi metaphor for clearing out clutter in the mind and soul and being content in what "is" rather than constantly in the race for material possessions and…

Body and Spirit: Embracing 'Wabi-Sabi'; How the Concept of Appreciating Imperfection and Loving Broken Things Can Change Your Life


Wabi Sabi may be seen in pottery where the pieces appear rustic and simple-looking, such as Japanese Hagi pottery with shapes that are not quite symmetrical, and colors or textures that appear to emphasize an unrefined or simple style.

Looks like tomatillos

Looks like tomatillos

Garvinweasel blog - Wabi pavilion on the grounds of Axel Vervoordt's home, Kasteel s-Gravenwezel, near Antwerp.

from BlouinArtInfo: An exterior view of the wabi pavilion that Vervoordt built on his castle grounds using fallen tree limbs and earth.