Ikat! And other Tribal Prints: Fabric Inspiration

Hello Lovelies! Happy Thursday! Question? Is it super cold where you all live? It has been cold and windy every other day in Maryland. Not very spring like at all. Sort of depressing.

Also this almost complete kitchen renovation is sucking the life from me. However, in the meantime Kah and I have had our eyes on furnishings and fabrics that we plan to purchase for drapes and upholstering. Things that will collect dust until the family room is complete at least. Ugh I can’t stand it.

So as far as fabrics go, we are always instantly drawn to chevron and stripes. But I’ve seen some ikat  and tribal prints that are to dye for. Hehe see what I did there.

This gray ikat beauty below is brought to you by Tonic Living. It retails for $29.95/yard from Tonic Living. If you are willing to splurge…wouldn’t this make beautiful drapes?

Tonic Living Shadow Ikat Grey

And what about these southwestern prints found over on spoonflower. It so crisp! It’s speaking to the graphic design hobbyist in me. Prices on Spoonflower range from $17-$40 depending on Fabric.

Navajo - Aqua white

Navajo-Aqua White (Spoonflower)

NATIVO - talavera blue

Nativo-Talavera Blue (Spoonflower)

Just for more picture galore…here are some others that we love.

Tribal teepee

Spoonflower

Color Pop Ikat Diamonds

Spoonflower

Totem Pink

Spoonflower

Southwest_ diamond chevron - light taupe on gold

Spoonflower

Which ones are you all loving? Or direct us to any that we didn’t list here. Would love to have more options.

Posted on by Milla Posted in Decor Inspiration, Inspiration
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Milla is the other half of the Design Par Deux duo. She enjoys finding design inspiration in all things creative. She has an unhealthy obsession with the color Turquoise.

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