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Ikat, a centuries-old dying and weaving technique, is experiencing a renaissance. It’s a great way to bring in global style and hot colors.

Elle Decor, Ellen Pompeo's Den

Check out accessories ranging from textiles to tabletop to upholstered furniture.

Anthropologie

This Terai folding chair from Anthropologie offers a bit of African style for a contemporary interior. Wouldn’t a set look stunning around a solid wood table?

House Beautiful

A vibrant mix of gorgeous colors, this hand-woven rug is all the style any room needs.

Anthropologie

Even dinnerware looks as if it’s hand-crafted in these fantastic prints. Bowls in a variety of colors and patterns are perfect for an eclectic and global-styled tabletop.

Crate & Barrel

And my favorite ikat accents continue to be throw pillows that boast beautiful patterns. This Aurora pillow from Crate & Barrel is the perfect blend of traditional and contemporary.

3 Responses

  1. pixelecho69 says:

    This style is very unique and different that you can't just throw a pillow on a couch and expect it to look amazing, you need to have the right combination of paint and accessories and also the fabric from your furniture play a big role, but in the end you will have something so beautiful and you will feel so proud.

  2. john table says:

    Yes i agree :

    We need to have the right combination of paint and accessories to have a great result, nice design, i like it…

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  3. Jeanine Hays says:

    Thank you for your comments! I think ikat prints make a great impact in a neutral space. You can mix and match a bunch of your favorite patterns in an all-white room, like in Ellen Pompeo's home pictured above.

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