Get it? Because it’s dyed? Anywho.. Ikat textiles have been around for centureies, and like to make their appreance in the design world from time to time. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Ikat [pronounced "ee-kot"] is a dying process where either the warp or weft yarns, or both are tie-died and then woven [depending on the desired pattern] which creates this cool blurred coloring effect that you see in each textile. Now more than ever Ikat is everywhere! Clothing, drapery, bowls, even ikat inspired beaded belts? Just the look and inspiration of Ikat gets me all excited. Here are some of our favorite Ikat looks.
 jaylona heels  ikat eternity scarf  minimarket ikat dress  vivien ikat dot one-shoulder dress  belted ikat print skirt  maggie london cotton ikat dress  ikat stretch beaded belt  sequin small ikat enamel bangles
 ikat ogee linen window panels  indigo ikat slipper chair  amede towels  blue and white ikat melamine dinnerware  oki rug  large ikat dots pillow  marsha coasters  dynamic ikat euro sham  african ikat pillow
I just love how it adds bold prints and colors and kind of a tribal vibe to a space. Pair any of those pillows with a neutral solid colored couch and you’re good to go. Spring and Summer are all about color so why not add some ikat to your wardrobe and interiors?