How to decorate your space with denim
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By Stacey Lindsay for Remodelista
When it comes to your wardrobe, you know the benefits of a great pair of basic blues: They're classic and comfy, can be dressed up or down, and they go with everything. For those same reasons, denim and denim-inspired finds also make great additions to your decor. Here are 14 ideas for how to incorporate this much-loved material and go-to blue hue into your home.
Go for Indigo2 of 15
These soft throw pillows are made by hand, following the practices of the Dogon people in West Africa. Each piece is submerged into the natural blue dye of the true indigo plant to produce a vibrant shade.
SHOP NOW: Indigo Pillow, prices start at $185
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Curling up on this slipcovered sofa is as inviting as slipping on your favorite weekend jeans—reading and lounging at its most comfortable.
SHOP NOW: Lounge Slipcovered Apartment Sofa in Denim Blue, $1,850
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Serving a Purpose4 of 15
To help create a relaxed atmosphere at your next party, serve hors d'oeuvres on this chevron tray that resembles denim close-up.
SHOP NOW: Chevron Trays, $58 (set of two)
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Designer and stylist Melissa Newirth's line of cotton dish towels are colored with rich dark indigo and woven in small batches on hand-operated looms for a woodsy, home-spun feel.
SHOP NOW: Dish Towels, $30
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Have a Seat6 of 15
Ralph Lauren Home unexpectedly combines the casual appeal of rugged denim with a sophisticated Edwardian-style lounge chair.
SHOP NOW: Lounging Chair, $4,990
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Staying Grounded7 of 15
Made entirely of denim fabric (90 percent is from leftover cuttings from the garment industry), this rug brings the cool factor of broken-in jeans to any room.
SHOP NOW: True Blue Rag Rug, $99 (for 4x6)
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In Bloom8 of 15
As classic as a pair of jeans and a white button-down, these classically feminine napkins are perfect for outdoor dining.
SHOP NOW: Indigo Napkins, $25 each
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Blanket Statement9 of 15
The color indigo is highly prized in West Africa for its beauty and spiritual meaning. Each one of these blankets made in the region is submerged in vats of the deep blue dye for days, resulting in soft color-saturated throws.
SHOP NOW: Indigo Bedcovers, $185 and up
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A finely woven piece of art for the floor (or your wall): Madeline Weinrib's flat weave cotton denim rug is hand-stitched and reversible.
SHOP NOW: Blue Note Flat-Weave Carpet, $2,000
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On the Fly11 of 15
This light butterfly chair in washed denim is a casual riff on the original 1938 design, which was first produced with a leather sling.
SHOP NOW: Enzyme-Washed Denim Butterfly Chair, $99
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Artist Michele Michael of Elephant Ceramics creates bowls and dishes painted to look like various shades of denim.
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Ottoman Empire13 of 15
Well-worn denim and leather see new life as a recycled patchwork cover for an ottoman.
SHOP NOW: Denim Ottoman Square, $278
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Comfort Zone14 of 15
These luxe linens from Les Indiennes are softened and colored using the ancient Indian practice of Kalamkari, a method that employs rinsing, rock beating and steaming.
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Jean Bag15 of 15
Like your favorite pair of jeans, this plush seat gets softer and cozier with wear.
SHOP NOW: Washed Denim Beanbag, $80
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