How to Incorporate Ikat With Your Decor

Similar to tie-dye, an ikat pattern is the result of a procedure known as resist dyeing. Through this process, only certain parts of the fabric are affected by the dye, resulting in a cool tribal-inspired print that works with every style.

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Ikat dishes look fun and creative in a simply decorated dining area. The deep blue and white combination is cool and calming, perfect for a relaxing dinner indoors.

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