Tie-dye has been quietly making a comeback. Today’s tie-dye has more to do with the ancient Japanese tie-dyeing technique of shibori than with the style of colorful t-shirts we use to wear as kids. The term ‘shibori’ refers to many different ways of dying cloth in ancient Japanese tradition, but the term has recently become a trendy way to describe any indigo-dyed cloth. This art form has inspired designers to create everything from bedspreads, tea towels, pillows, and more. The distinct dyed motif has become a favorite! Here are 10 fresh ways that you can incorporate this look into your home to make your own statement, big or small – and be sure to check out our sources below for products, DIY’s and inspiration on how to incorporate this dyeing technique into your home.
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