Ombre Details to Steal For Your Home

Ombre Details to Steal For Your Home | Lonny.com
(Ph. © You, Me)
Lonny Market Editor Cat Dash is a bit of an ombre junkie. Case in point: her DIY post on dip-dyeing fabric, an article on color gradients she loves, and the gorgeous watercolor-inspired elements (above) that she made with her now husband for their October 2013 wedding. Love the look but don't know how to bring it home? Here are a few ideas.

Artwork
Prints by artist Lia Halloran's Crystalline series appeared in Tom Ambler's New York City apartment, featured in the May 2013 issue. The moody hues range from an icy blue to an inky indigo and help break up the midcentury interiors throughout the space.

Ombre Details to Steal For Your Home | Lonny.com
(Ph. © Marco Ricca)
Textiles
The traditional Japanese dyeing method known as shibori creates a one-of-a-kind look no matter where you put it. We're big fans of Oriana DiNella's home decor collection, Orishibori, which includes linen pillows and throw blankets, all made by hand in New York City. 

Ombre Details to Steal For Your Home | Lonny.com
(Ph. courtesy of Orishibori)
Tableware
Ombre pieces can add a subdued dose of color to whitewashed and color-soaked spaces alike. We love these perfectly shaded vases from Heath Ceramics' fall collection.

Ombre Details to Steal For Your Home | Lonny.com(Ph. courtesy of Heath Ceramics)
Comments
Follow Us Everywhere
Sign Up for Our Newsletter
Copyright © 2014 - Livingly Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Livingly: Style