This Tie Dye Removable Wallpaper Is Groovy in the Best Way
In case anyone needed further evidence that trends are cyclical, tie dye is apparently in the midst of a comeback. This year alone, the pattern was assigned its own day when Good Morning America announced a Tuesday “tie dye takeover;” meanwhile, Harper’s Bazaar declared it a “major fashion trend” for the fall. Whether your initial reactions to the groovy style, tie dye is being welcomed back with open arms.
Whether or not you’d wear it, you can still decorate with it, because MuralsWallpaper has launched bold, summery tie dye wall designs to give your interior a revamped, retro style makeover.
Described as “punchy, vivid colors inspired by acid washes,” the tie dye murals are more watercolor-inspired than Grateful Dead concert tee, so they’ll fit in with your decor, even if you haven’t seen a jam band in a decade or four.
Dubbed the Ice Cold Tie Dye design, MuralsWallpaper produced the updated look by using ice instead of the traditional tied cloth. The handmade designs were created by dusting dye over the ice as it melted onto the fabric.
Among the 12 available tie dye prints, there’s “Peace,” an easygoing combination of cool orange and yellow (also comes in green, pink and purple); “Festival” is a soothing shade of green (also comes in orange, blue and pink); and a selection of eye-catching Shibori-style murals named for Japanese cities, including Seto, Kyoto, Osaka and Kochi.