Pattern has been exploding on the scene for the last couple of years with everything from polka dots and stripes to intricate minglings of color, texture and hue. What’s the newest pattern to catch hold? Ikat! You may not know it by name, but you’ve surely seen this exotic diamond-patterned safari motif. Having its roots in many cultures, the design is one of the oldest techniques for decorating textiles. Technically, it’s a process in which the threads are dyed separately before the weaving occurs. Appearing on the catwalks since 2007, the design has now blossomed into the gift and decor world.

Ikat Blue Album

Rag & Bone Bindery

Melamine Dinner and Salad Plates

C.R. Gibson


Tangerine Ikat Jetsetter Cosmetic Case

Mud Pie


Noir Mugs


Ikat Shopping Bags

Shamrock Gift Wrap & Accessories

Ikat Pencil Cup, Sticky Note Cube, Monarch Notes and Lined Notebook

Susy Jack