Zen and the Art of No View

Zen and the Art of No View
Source: Bo Bedre, Photography: Tim Bjørn Wahlfried
Source: Bo Bedre, Photography: Tim Bjørn Wahlfried

When life gives you no view, make one for yourself.

Not all of us live or spend time in rooms with big windows or have architecture (such as a well-placed window) that supports good interior design. Some of us dwell in crowded urban settings or a basement man cave.

Do not let these and similar situations stop you.

Use artwork and photographs of things you love to look at (favorite places, landscapes, flowers, etc.), and set them up for your gazing pleasure. Add something distinct to the image, such as a bonsai, branch, driftwood, or other natural object.

This is not a substitute for a view, this is a view.



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