Take a dip

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Click on the circle on each piece to purchase online.

Click on the circle on each piece to purchase online.

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Earth Grey Brick Wallpaper by Shibori | $266 per metre.

Earth Grey Brick Wallpaper by Shibori | $266 per metre.

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Shibori Indigo Kaleidoscope Tea Towel by Birdkage | $70.30 plus shipping for a set of two.

Shibori Indigo Kaleidoscope Tea Towel by Birdkage | $70.30 plus shipping for a set of two.

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Savine Rugs by Designers Guild | from $3149.

Savine Rugs by Designers Guild | from $3149.

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Watercolour Plates by Bonnie & Neil | from $55 each.

Watercolour Plates by Bonnie & Neil | from $55 each.

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<em>Ink Art Print #1</em> by Emma Hayes | $349.

Ink Art Print #1 by Emma Hayes | $349.

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Dip-Dyed Cotton Napkins | $14 plus shipping for a set of two.

Dip-Dyed Cotton Napkins | $14 plus shipping for a set of two.

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Water Pillowslip by Penney + Bennett | $199.

Water Pillowslip by Penney + Bennett | $199.

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Tides Mug and Breakfast Bowl by Nest | $24 each.

Tides Mug and Breakfast Bowl by Nest | $24 each.

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Two-toned, dip-dyed, tie-dyed and shibori homewares are trending this season, and we couldn’t be happier. We’ve sourced coveted painterly homewares, fabrics and dinnerware for you to drool over (or purchase online by clicking on the circle within the image).

In the gallery above, you’ll find fabulous art by Emma Hayes; two-toned stoneware from Nest; various shibori fabrics from Birdkage and Zakkia; and plenty more.

Curated by Sara Black.

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