Tie Dye To Die For

Adele Shotton-Pugh | Posted

Tie dye is back, well it would be fair to say that it never really went out of fashion. It may have taken a back seat in interior design over the last few years, but like any good design it reappears or in the case of tie dye 'bursts' back onto the scene and this year is one of those years!

Great for hippies and those who love to make their own fabric patterns; take heart those who don't, there's plenty of pre-made for you to choose from! Go for electric brights or soft pastels, either way tie dye prints are a fabulous way to inject colour into your home. You can be a subtle or as daring as you like! Ralph Lauren indigo striped tie dye bedding in blue and white

La Dolce Vita

Navy and white tie dye bedding oozes chic style with a nod towards casual, carefree living.   Tie dye shower curtain in bright colours

Feng Shui Dana

Give a white bath room a blaze of glorious colour with a tie dye shower curtain.   Bright blue tie dye wall art that looks like a sunrise

Courtenay Tie Dye

Give a nursery a cool hippy vibe with tie dye walls. White and blue living room with tie dye on the curtains and chairs

Material Girls Blog

Tie dye blue and white curtains give this room a refined elegance.   A natural white and brown tie dye effect on fireplace wallpaper

Houzz

Tie dye wall covering gives this room a down to earth, natural feel.   Pink and white paint dipped effect on a wall behind and grey sofa and yellow armchair

Home Edit

Give walls a tie-dye appearance using paints.   Emerald green coloured fruit bowl

Trend Office

A tie-dye style bowl is a great way to subtly introduce tie-dye into your home.  

You can even use tie-dye on rugs.   Orange and white tie dye towels on a rail

2Modern Blog

Tie-dying old white towels is a great way of giving them a new lease of life. Blue and white tie dye sofa

Domaine Home

Tie dye fabric to recover a sofa for unique look.

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