How to Get Your Wabi Sabi Home

Posted by Aditi Mudgal on

When you’re looking to upgrade your home into something cleaner, neater, and better looking, you should hear about the Wabi Sabi concept. Originating in Japan, it denies absolute symmetry and perfection in favor of imperfections. It’s not just an interior design style, but a philosophy. When you adopt Wabi Sabi in your life, you learn to let go of the things out of your control and focus on the good things instead.

Accept your lifestyle, and your home, flaws and all. If you’re considering being one with nature, and yourself, it’s time to get started on making your home Wabi Sabi!

Retain the Personal Elements

While it might be attractive to disregard all your old home furniture and decor in favor of new things, there’s no real reason to do so. Your home should embody your personality, and what kind of vibe you want to give off.

So dismiss that thought that tells you that everything old is not good. Old is gold, and always will be. Keep that picture that reminds you of fond memories, and don’t throw that trash can you’ve had since you first moved in. Intentionally placing things in your home that bring joy is crucial to making your home Wabi Sabi. Retain the simplicity without removing the heartfelt memories you’ve made. 

Keep The Natural Touches

Wabi Sabi has a deep respect for nature, and everything associated with it. You should be in sync with your home’s nature and the outside nature when redoing your home. How you choose the items that will go in your Wabi Sabi home determine how you want to live your life.

You could even use natural, no-chemical cleaning products to embody the natural theme in your house (psttt….we’d recommend checking out the Santic Naturals range when you’re looking to be green!). Natural elements are simple, and don’t come in perfect packages, which is why it perfectly embodies the Wabi Sabi concept. 

Make Your Bed and Home Clean

When you’re looking to retain your Wabi Sabi home, you need to ensure that you’re keeping your home as clean as possible. While Wabi Sabi homes celebrate imperfections, your home needs to be clean to appreciate the imperfect elements. 

You don’t need to worry about creating a perfectly spotless home, but rather enjoy the process of doing it. And if you feel like you can’t enjoy that process because it’s so tedious, why not try out one-step solutions for your home? Santic has a variety of products that don’t require much time, effort, or additional tools!

Don’t Be Hung Up On The Flaws

While you could constantly be comparing your home to designs and layouts you see on the internet, it’s better not to. Not necessarily everyone has thousands of rupees to spend on an interior designer and expensive furniture. Celebrate the flaws in your home, because that shows that real people reside in it. 

You don’t need to rush into getting the trendiest items for your home, but instead appreciate what you already have. Appreciate that chipped corner on your dresser that makes it look like an antique piece instead of seeing it as a flaw. As they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder ;)

Concentrate on a Home That Makes You Happy

When you’re truly looking to turn your life around, your mind and perception need to change too. If you’re constantly picking out flaws in your home and yourself, you won’t remain happy for long. Appreciate the tiny imperfections as a way of nature doing its work instead of critiquing it. 

Create a home that brings you joy every time you enter it. Focus on the positive aspects instead of the negative, and you’ll have a Wabi Sabi home in no time!

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