Roundup: Ikat for Less

Roundup: Ikat for Less

Susie Nadler
May 1, 2009
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There may be those among you who are just so over Ikat, but we're still pretty taken with it. At the outset of the trend, the objects of our Ikat lust were all at the dare-to-dream end of the price spectrum (Madeleine Weinrib, anyone?), but now that a lot of low-cost purveyors have caught on, there are many Ikat products for the home available for less. Check out some of our favorites after the jump...

FIRST ROW

1 and 2 West Elm's got a new line of Ikat outdoor furnishings for summer. They're water-resistant, not waterproof, so you couldn't leave them out all year round, but we think the Ikat print is festive and chic for a garden. The bean bag coffee table is $179, and the Ikat outdoor pillow is $24.

3 and 4 Urban Outfitters' Ikat slipper chair pairs the Ikat print with a classic mid-century form. At $325, it's not exactly bargain basement, but compared to the high-end Ikat furniture on the market, it's a steal. They've also got a few cute Ikat pillows for $14.99.

5 Target's doing some wonderful Ikat-style prints now in their furniture line. The Santa Fe Chaise Lounge ($489.99), available in several colors, is one of our favorites (and Lily's too!). We also like their Ikat bedding; sometimes cheaper Ikat textiles really stand out, but the look of these seems higher-end. Bedding ranges from $14 for a throw pillow to $83 for a duvet.

SECOND ROW

6 Etsy is a good source for Ikat accessories, like this pretty silk pillow from bestillshop, selling for $30.

7 Cost Plus World Market is always a good source for seasonal tableware. These Ikat chargers and tray will be great for summer outdoor eating. $14.99 for the tray, $27.49 for the set of 4 chargers.

8 Lastly, if you still find yourself pining after one of Madeleine Weinrib's gorgeous chairs, maybe think about a nice artistic rendering instead! Annechovie's prints are $22 on Etsy.

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