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DIY Your Way to Designer Summer Decor

Dress up your home this summer with fun, easy projects inspired by of-the-moment design trends.
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    Old World indigo dyes are experiencing a major resurgence in home decor, tabletop accents and even designer fashion. Shibori tie dye, which is a Japanese technique using indigo dyes to create sophisticated blue-and-white patterns, is especially hot.

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