Tuesday, July 21, 2009

To Dye For

These photos really get my creative juices flowing. And make me want to dye every t-shirt in this house and start hanging them from the rafters.

18 comments:

mrs boo radley said...

delicious x infinity billion

let's dye some garments right now!

tiffany said...

Arg! Stupid anthropologie and their stupid adorable always so super cute stuff!

Why don't I make more money so I could invite some of their lovely goodness into my home?

Krissy said...

wow! what a fantastic post! gotta love anthropologie :)

Meg said...

A couple of months ago, the aussie magazine, Real Living, did a feature on easy dye projects and I had the same feeling! Let us know if you make it work!!

Big Sis said...

Did you friend do this? Mom & saw it when she was here & commented on how amazing it was; the colors flowed from one hue to the next sooo seamlessly!

A French Cloud said...

and that is why we LOVE Anthro--so amazingly creative

Courtney said...

Sista: So it may take a few years or so, but I say we need to throw a party and give this a try? I'm thinking for our main man Henry's birthday party? But you have to wait till I'm back stateside!

Frau said...

Love that really cool idea.

PS~Erin said...

It's so pretty!

My daughter and I ti- dyed a T and it turned out fabulous... Way better than I remembered tie-dying being.

little miss said...

The NYC anthropologie has something similar up right now and here I was wondering how on earth they got all the gradations right....

Now mass tie-dyed sheets hanging in the woods? More than lovely!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, so cool! You should check out this blog--very neat alterations with the aid of bleach: http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransson/2009/04/fabric-alteration-expiriment-1-bleach-discharge.html

Joyce said...

The Anthropologie designers are truly amazing. I go into the stores at time just to see the displays! Nice!!! xoxo

Courtney said...

Anon! That is by far one of the most inspiring things I've seen lately and totally amps up my desire to get dying! Thanks so much for sharing. xx

cindy said...

me, too!

Krista & Ben said...

I used to work for Anthropologie before moving out of the country and wow, looking at those store windows makes me miss it! It was great working in an environment that feeds my creativity!

Liz Powers said...

The people who do the Anthro store styling really deserve a gold medal.

Blueprint Bliss said...

a-ma-zing. they always come up with the best 'stuff'.

...love Maegan said...

omg I love this ...not so fond of anthro but they do have magnificent windows and catalogs