Rustic indigo blue textiles mixed with soft white elements look casual and inviting. A soft denim blue area rug anchors the space where several African indigo pillows and a throw are placed as accents.
Photo credit: the woven home
Seen here from another angle, you can't help but admire how Pure Salt Interiors has adapted vintage African indigo with fringe as colorful throws. It's hard to imagine that these African indigo textiles once worn as garments now give color and personality to the space.
One of my favorite display tricks for vintage African indigo textiles is to use a natural branch and string as my hanging hardware! You could also use a dowel from any home improvement store if you don't have access to tree branches.
Vintage African indigo adds life to any room. The resist dyed African indigo seen above is perfectly suited as a bed scarf. The vintage indigo is right at home with the Moroccan blanket and kilim rug.
photo credit: Loom and Kiln
African indigo with shibori patterns is here to stay. Think of it like a pair of comfy jeans. It's a classic.
photo credit: studiomatsalla
Be sure to visit my shop here or at MorrisseyFabric.etsy.com for a large selection of clean, restored, African indigo textiles.