African mud cloth fabrics became very popular in black and white tribal prints. These vintage textiles also gained momentum in the full range of indigo blue colors. Now we are seeing the warm earthy colors make their appearance front and center on the interior fabrics stage.
Vintage global textiles from kilims to African Kuba cloth are renowned for their warm natural hues. The stunning room above is inviting due to the mix of traditional patterned rugs and fabrics in earth tone colors. Note the addition of the hot pink juju hat on the wall for that extra pop of warmth. Inspiration photo @canarylane.
Textiles in rusty reds and warm browns don't get too heavy when placed against a light bedcover fabric. Well done @moodledesign.
Vintage Kantha cloth quilts from India can be found in lovely earth tone combinations. You can easily update an interior space by simply tossing one of these Kantha quilts over your sofa back or a chair. The vintage textile above can be found in my on line store @morrisseyfabric.
Vintage African Kuba cloth can be placed on a table, displayed on the wall, or cut into pillow covers for a global earth-tone style statement. Raffia textiles like this are also in the shop.
Ready to to find your inner earth child? Don't forget the natural clay, bark, and mud colors.