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Lauren

We all need occasional reminders that it's ok to mess up, that imperfection can be beautiful! Consider filling your home with objects similar to the ones below to help you remember to honor your messiness and cherish your flaws. 

 Hang this (1.) Hand Woven Wall Hanging in your living space to remind you of the beauty of imperfection, $148 (gatherhandwoven, etsy.com). The books (2.) Wabi Sabi Art Workshop, by Serena Barton, $15 (amazon.com) and (3.) The Gifts of Imperfection, by Brene Brown, $9 (Barnes and Noble) would be perfect on a coffee table! Can you imagine lounging on this (4.) Wabi Sabi Pillow, $28 (dinwiddieshome, etsy.com) while eating cereal or ice cream out of this (5.) Kintsugi Bowl, $39 (kintsugigifts, etsy.com)?  

Hang this (1.) Hand Woven Wall Hanging in your living space to remind you of the beauty of imperfection, $148 (gatherhandwoven, etsy.com). The books (2.) Wabi Sabi Art Workshop, by Serena Barton, $15 (amazon.com) and (3.) The Gifts of Imperfection, by Brene Brown, $9 (Barnes and Noble) would be perfect on a coffee table! Can you imagine lounging on this (4.) Wabi Sabi Pillow, $28 (dinwiddieshome, etsy.com) while eating cereal or ice cream out of this (5.) Kintsugi Bowl, $39 (kintsugigifts, etsy.com)?  

You might also consider making some of these products yourself as a creative, low cost way to engage firsthand in finding the beauty in brokenness. 

Do you already have some objects around the house that remind you of the beauty in brokenness? What are they? Please share in the comments!