Did you know that interest for tie dye designs have increased by nearly 200% since the beginning of the year? While the fashion world has been reviving this opinion-dividing design on the catwalk, in interiors tie dye has been relatively under the radar. Until now. Murals Wallpaper, if you’re subscribed to our bookazines, you already read about their story, launched their two new designs, Peaches and Festival, for anyone who loves bold and daring interiors and who seeks to make a statement through eye-catching colour features.
The collection features punchy, vivid colours inspired by acid washes which is elevating tie dye and making it look fresh for its comeback. The bright colours of these murals move away from garish festival colour combos of past centuries, and into a lush style that feels rejuvenated with currently coveted colours.
Without using any modern technologies, the designs have been created using ice, rather than the expected tied cloth pieces. In this method, the dye is dusted over ice and as it sits on the fabric, it creates these beautiful, subtle, organic patterns and textures while it melts. The result is something a bit different from traditional tie dye that makes the iconic look more liveable for interiors. Now on your radar to be explored and maybe even considered for your next project. I see these in residential but also in retail, office or hospitality interiors, making a hero statement or complementing a colourful scheme. Kxx
For more information please visit their website: Murals Wallpaper