Wabi Sabi Pet Supplies, Home Accessories and Pet-Friendly Furniture
The Spruce defines “Wabi–Sabi” as a Japanese term that essentially means finding beauty in imperfection. We think that is a perfect home decor style for pets and people. Be inspired to create Wabi-Sabi Pet Spaces that are simple, calming and peaceful.
Q. What is the Wabi Sabi design style?
A. Wabi Sabi is modern decor with a weathered, peaceful vibe.
In the context of interior design and decor, a Wabi-Sabi home and Wabi-Sabi pet spaces is one that embraces authenticity. Finding value in the lovingly weathered and lived-in feel. It also promotes an overall sense of peace and tranquility using simplicity.
- Weathered Accessories – what better decor style to mask a few blemishes caused by our 4 legged pals. They don’t mean to scratch things up and finding a home decor style that embraces this is ideal.
- Soft, Natural Textiles – there is nothing better than cozy textiles when snuggling up with our furry friends. Choose fabrics that are washable and don’t worry about a few wrinkles, they work with this style.
- Natural Color Palette – Pet hair don’t care works for this home decor style. Grey, tan, white and black come together to create beautiful Wabi-Sabi spaces, the exact same colors as most pet fur.
- Organic – a handmade, organic vibe let’s this home decor style stand out. Products made with organic materials, natural dyes and simple lines.
Let’s explore Wabi-Sabi Home Decor & Pet Accessories
Tranquil Pet Collars and Leashes
Minimalistic Pet Attire
Bespoke Pet Beds & Bedding
Choose natural, soft tone pet supplies that blend into your space and feel part of the decor.
Natural Pet Bowls & Mats
Natural Pet Toys
Wabi-Sabi Pet Home Decor Accents
‘It’s not mess, it’s called Wabi Sabi.’ Decorate pet-friendly home spaces with an organic, natural vibe. Choose pieces that are functional and imperfectly wonderful.
Wabi-Sabi Home Decor Books
The Natural Home, offers wonderful inspiration to create a natural home decor room or home that will calm you each time you step in. Authored by Hans Blomquist and Photography by Debi Treloar truly shows a blend of Japanese Wabi-Sabi and Scandinavian styles. To see more from Hans Blomquist follow him on Instagram.
Want to explore more Wabi Sabi Design, here is a great blog post that will help you dive into the Wabi-Sabi design style and create a relaxing, organic space. EXOTIC WABI SABI INTERIOR DESIGN STYLE: BEAUTIFUL MINIMALISM