Symmetry and cohesiveness are basic qualities of good interior design, yet once in a while it takes a little deviation from the rules to keep things interesting.
From wabi-sabi’s search for beauty in flaws to asymmetrical approaches to decorating, these deliberate twists to the rules often hold our gaze for far longer and intrigue us more quickly than prim, grid-like perfection.
Scroll through for the first in our series of editor’s picks to achieving this raw and rustic aesthetic within the home.
Layer wall clock, $589
Terracotta bowl, House for Goodies. From $1,160
Serving dish, Marimekko. $650
Vase, Menu. Price upon request
Hive coffee table, Altfield Interiors. Price upon request
Rockface artwork, Indigo Living. $10,990
Nathan teak chair. $3,950
Look out for our Get the Look series for more shopping guides and mood board inspiration!
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