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POSTED BY: jineshpatel672 on 09/02/2018 20:49:06

one. Statement rug. Indigo tie-dye works like a image pattern on a large carpet like the main one shown here. Try one in the dining or family room to inject color and pattern into a neutral area.

Rug: Aubry Angelo, Minneapolis

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3. Bedsheets. Bring out the beachy, bohemian side of tie-dye with bedding in colors of blue and a skill wall featuring vintage beach destination paintings.[url=http://www.lnart.net/]Abstract Art[/url] A glass buoy held up by rigging brings even more beach destination flair — and keeping the rest of the

space simple helps it from feeling too theme-y.

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 consider framing it as art. The structure is a welcome vary from the usual prints and photographs, and it’s a great way to bring in somewhat of pattern.

5. Sofa update. Wrapping the seat cushions in beautiful Japanese shibori textiles is a quick and straightforward way to give a couch or daybed a fresh look. Whenever you get exhausted of it, just draw it off!

6. Producing art from scraps. In case you have an artistic side, why not try your hand at making a modern mobile, gentle sculpture or bunting using scraps of tie-dye textiles? Using the leftovers from another project is a creative way to reuse and

upcycle materials.

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