Whitewashed walls and aged woods evoke a captivating aesthetic that revels in the beauty of simplicity and nature. This approach is deeply rooted in the philosophy of wabisabi, a Japanese concept that finds perfection in imperfection.

Whitewashed walls, with their clean, serene appearance, create a sense of spaciousness and purity in a space. Not only are they a richly textured canvas but also evoke a sense of calm, tranquility and love.

Design by Darryl Carter.

The weathered, worn appearance of old wood pieces re-tells a story of their journey through the elements, imparting a sense of history and character to a space. Aged wood furniture and decorative elements, with their uneven textures and natural forms embrace the imperfect and transient nature of existence.

Wabisabi captures the idea that true beauty lies in simplicity, in the harmony between the man-made and the natural, and in the acceptance of the impermanence and imperfection of life.

It appreciates the subtle, the muted, and the authentic, emphasizing the value of the handmade and the elements that bear the marks of time and experience.

Whitewashed walls and aged woods create spaces that inspire reflection, mindfulness, and a deep connection to the natural world.