Vases of Phases from Studio Dror | Jason Miller "Seconds" dinner plates from Design Public | Twisted console table from Dylan Gold

Zen thought of the day: Sometimes perfection is found in the imperfections.

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  1. These are truly works of art! Wow! And I love that quote :)

  2. Padgett Hoke says:

    I love how perfectly un-perfect these pieces are!

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  4. Pilar says:

    looove the plates with the birdies, so cute!

  5. these are so cool, especially the “smashed” vase! i like how they make you take a second glance to figure out what’s going on. these would be great conversation pieces!

  6. Andrea@FancyThat! says:

    Gorgeous, all of them. Fun concept.

  7. thanks for visiting. I love this post. too much of life is spent on creating/searching for perfection. nice share. xo

  8. Hmm.. very unique & cool. Good use of recycling, as well! : )

  9. ah that table rocks!

  10. Christine says:

    That console table is awesome, I’ve never seen anything like it!

  11. Meagan says:

    I love it! And I think the title is the most apt title ever.

  12. Love that quote! and those plates. So many people forget that.

  13. Maddy says:

    Great words to live by! The vase is definitely eye-catching!

  14. Rebecca says:

    Amen. Love these finds…

  15. Love those plates. And what a true statement. I saw a quote the other day by Bob Dylan that said something to the effect of “every beautiful thing has a past full of pain.” or something like that. Can’t be a beautiful pot if you haven’t been put through the fire, to be sure!