God doesn't work in straight lines

I loved the picture gallery on Remodelista on Jagged Edges.  I have noticed this trend for a while, but didn't have the right words to express it.  I always thought of it as highlighting raw materials, but jagged edges is better.

Alemagou Bar in Mykonos, designed by K Studio; photo by Yiorgos Kordakis image via Yatzer

Alemagou Bar in Mykonos, designed by K Studio; photo by Yiorgos Kordakis image via Yatzer

A summerhouse in Finland with half-painted walls, via Netta Natalia's blog

A summerhouse in Finland with half-painted walls, via Netta Natalia's blog

Heerliijkheid van Marrem bed and breakfast in Belgium

Heerliijkheid van Marrem bed and breakfast in Belgium

Cement tiles merge into a rough wood floor in the Musket Room in New York; photo by Emily Andrews

Cement tiles merge into a rough wood floor in the Musket Room in New York; photo by Emily Andrews

An unfinished tile border in an Umbrian house designed by Paola Navone; photos by Maz Zambelli for Italian Elle Decor

An unfinished tile border in an Umbrian house designed by Paola Navone; photos by Maz Zambelli for Italian Elle Decor