The Ikat pattern is a very old, very traditional pattern originally believed to have been developed in pre-Columbian South American regions. It was a technique used to dye fabric and has developed into a very popular modern pattern. I am particularly drawn to the Ikat patterns that look organic and a little fuzzy. I like the bold punch this pattern gives to textiles, particularly in home decor. These are just a few items that caught my eye while scouring the web this week. Enjoy!
01 – Woven Diamond Ikat Pillow Cover from cwonder.com
02 – Ikat & Leather foldover clutch from Driftwood & Fossil
03 – Ikat bowls from West Elm
04 – Ikat cardigan from Anthropologie