n. two opposite (but complementary) principles of Chinese philosophy
Think white/black, leather/lace, light/dark, negative/positive, masculine/feminine – one can’t exist without the other. (What’d be the point?)
The chairs above are a study in masculine/feminine contrast. Because both are in tones of brown they’d “marry” well in the same room – like the two unmatched ones in this living room:
If your life’s feeling a bit “blah” these days, try incorporating the principles of Yin-Yang to instill more drama, energy, and movement in it!