For a mod­ern touch, Kintsugi is the Ja­panese art of re­pair­ing pot­tery with gold and sil­ver to cre­ate a beau­ti­fully im­per­fect look

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Dis­cover the im­per­fect art of kintsugi

Kintsugi-in­spired dec­o­ra­tion for a strik­ing cake ef­fect, £700, Blos­som & Crumb Use wall­pa­per as back­ing for seat­ing plans, £16.99 per roll, Gra­ham & Brown at House of Fraser Fea­ture vases with waves of gold, £50, Olivia Mcgill The look is strik­ing in sil­ver, £120, Yenchen & Yawen Try kintsugi your­self, £25, The De­sign Mu­seum All ta­ble items avail­able to hire from Knot & Pop Flo­ral ar­range­ments in­spired by Ja­pan, POA Frida Kim Com­ple­ment with golden hue glass­ware, £16, Broste Copenhagen Flecked rib­bon, £45 for three me­tres, Lan­caster & Cor­nish Torn paper menus and place wraps, from £4 each, Pale Press London Gold nap­kin rings, £45, Sum­mer­ill & Bishop Float tealights in these small bowls, £26.99, Kintsugigift­suk at Etsy ‘Re­paired’ plates and plat­ters for bars and lounge ar­eas, £54, Amara These drinks coast­ers take the Kintsugi ef­fect to the edge, £14, An­thro­polo­gie

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