Adding some summer chic style to your home doesn’t have to be a chore.
Bringing the groovy multicoloured vibes of the 1960s, tie-dye is one of the biggest trends for summer 2020. The style brings mesmerising pops of colours and patterns together to give your home accessories an extra bit of character. This isn’t about the fluorescent bold bravura of the 1990s tie-dye – the 2020 incarnation is about being subtle, simple and understated.
Follow our guide on introducing tie-dye trends to your home and make your interior on point for the summer.
The easiest way to add tie-dye into your home is through soft accessories. By plotting these strategically around your home, you’ll easily be able bring that subtle character the trend exudes.
Think cushions and throws to create pops of tie-dye around your home. In your living space, try different size cushions with varying colours and patterns – Anthropologie offers a range of tie-dye cushions to create a chic aesthetic.
For a throw, French Connection has a washed-out tie-dye blanket which would look just as good being used outside as it would in, or opt for a dip-dyed effect with this ruby linen throw – this would work well in a room which already uses soft colours.
Subtle style in the bedroom
One room which can become your playground for tie-dye is the bedroom. Here, you can add pops of patterns in a whole variety of different ways to bring the space to life.
This bedding from John Lewis & Partners brings a marbling effect to your tie-dye style, combing white and teal to create an understated look. For a more traditional tie-dye look, opt for this coastal-inspired cover set from Catherine Langsfield, which is available on Wayfair.
For something more rich in colour, House of Hampton’s woven tie-dye quilt blends tones of deep blue to create an elegant, sophisticated look.
Your tie-dye vibes shouldn’t just finish on your soft furnishings. Adding pictures, photos and features to your walls is a stylish way to incorporate this look into your home.
The joy of tie-dye is the choice of colours and patterns which can be created – meaning finding a combination to suit your space is easy. For your kitchen, introduce a lighter, more linear style of tie-dye for a cleaner look, like this one from World Menagerie or add a fresher feel with the use of yellow, white and blue.
Your tie-dye art should be a conversation starter, encouraging interest in your interior accents. For example, this print available on Etsy uses Shibori Japanese ink painting to create a tie-dye impact and offers an abstract element to this trend.