This unique and vibrant pattern is showing up on throw pillows, curtains, upholstery, crockery and wallpaper. You may have already encountered Ikat on apparel but introducing it as part of home décor is definitely a current trend that will only add further interest to your interiors.
Commonly known as a tribal print or pattern, IKAT comes from the Malay word meaning to bind or wind around.
It is the result of a procedure known as resist dyeing. Through this process only parts of the fabric are affected by the dye resulting in a pattern that works with every style. Check out the following applications of this playful print.
I’m sure you can accommodate evergreen IKAT somewhere in your home.