Wabi Sabi

More than a decorative style, Wabi Sabi is a philosophy of life; a way of living and perceiving the world, with the aim of peacefully accepting the natural cycle of growth and decay inherent in life.


This style has gained in popularity over the years and has become one of our favorite design style. Wabi Sabi is a concept that originated in Japan—it opposes many typical decoration rules. The Japanese design aesthetic of wabi-sabi combines natural inspirations and a neutral palette with an acknowledgement of the beauty in the imperfection of daily life. Unlike minimalism, which seeks to streamline and eliminate clutter, wabi-sabi celebrates the knot in the wood or the wrinkle in the linen. In a wabi-sabi interior, less is always more.

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Quality objects that embrace a sense of history or old items that continue to perform the functions of the new – all play into our interest in sustainability and our desire to step away from the pressures of everyday life into a home that embraces our imperfections by being comfortable with its own.

Essential Materials Used in Modern Bali Style Construction


  • Concrete
  • Wood
  • Cement

Turn to nature for a harmonious neutral palette of browns, greys, greiges, greens, whites and creams that reflect the natural materials that ground your interior design scheme. This palette creates interiors that are serene and harmonious, where natural light and the interplay of muted colours creates a sense of comfortable and enveloping luxury. It’s an aesthetic that works with the natural pastels of a Scandinavian scheme or the fired earth tones of the Mediterranean.


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