Posted: 02 Dec 2016 02:00 PM PST
When an object breaks, your first instinct might be to throw it out rather than try to repair it. Even if you do put the time and energy into its restoration, your goal would likely be to make it look like new again, as if the damage and subsequent change had never occurred. But a Japanese tradition called kintsugi considers brokenness part of an object's history, and something to be acknowledged rather than covered up. Read more…
Posted: 02 Dec 2016 06:00 AM PST
It goes without saying that the lighting in any space is extremely important. Aside from making it possible to perform daily activities, the light can add to the ambiance and style of the room. In many cases, it can make or break the overall design and feel. Needless to say, it doesn't hurt to give the lighting some extra thought. Read more…
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