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Here at Remodelista, there are two textile trends that we never seem to tire of: dip-dyed fabric and two-tone rugs. Swedish company Kinnasand combines the

Dyed mops as textile art. Smart @Ashley Walters Walters Walters Walters Urban Outfitters, real smart

DIY Dyed Mops wall hanging - I have no interest in dying mops but I like the colors flow so good inspiration for something

hand-dyed indigo fabric using the Japanese art of "Shibori" via Georgete Keszler Chait

Indigo blues

Hand-dyed indigo fabric using the Japanese art of "Shibori." The knots that are made by tight thred to protect the fabric from being dyed are called "shibori" or "me-yui"

"Bold by Hella Jongerius is made using a combination of mechanical and hand-spun yarns resulting in a thick, warm and expressive rug. Bulky and irregular in character, it is the epitome of tactility, a quality that Hella believes to be ‘the most important and best known characteristic of a rug'."

Bold by Hella Jongerius is made using a combination of mechanical and hand-spun yarns resulting in a thick, warm and expressive rug

Sweet Paul's Dip Dye Gingham Bunting - Gingham + Dip Dye = Fabulous!

Dip Dye Gingham Bunting

Dip Dye Gingham Bunting: Great recipes and more featuring Rit Dye Paul Magazine

Contrasting black and white warp threads give this weaving another subtle dimension of colour and detail

Massive Weaving at Matter. New Friends worked for 5 days constructing a massive weaving in Matter's NYC showroom. The weaving stretches from floor to ceiling, made.

Mahlia Kent | Nueilly-Sur-Seine, France

Detail, fabric sample from the "Arty" collection by French fabric design company Mahlia Kent. via Mahlia Kent

SOIE DE LUNE'S PALM

SOIE DE LUNE'S PALM

Great color, great texture. Truly Inspiring!  Danskina rugs and wall coverings - Mark your space

Lucky, designed by Karin An Rijlaarsdam for Danskina

Senem Oezdogan's fiber-based geometric studies are all straight lines and woven shapes that tease the eye yet retain the softness of a tapestry.

Senem Oezdogan& fiber-based geometric studies are all straight lines and woven shapes that tease the eye yet retain the softness of a tapestry.

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