Oh my, they have done it again. Every season the creative minds at Anthropologie come up with another outstanding display of ingenuity, resourcefulness, and a crazy good sense of design and composition. This time I’m totally intrigued: natural plant dyes. What a simple, earthy, natural way to get stunning colors on fabric and in artwork! I’m intrigued and I so want to try this!! Now to find some plans I can legally pick in my city (because my very tiny patio garden isn’t lookin’ so good!)….
Interested? (of course you are… you’re a creative soul!) check out this interview with Sasha Duerr (master plant dyer over at Anthropologie), as well as this website full of charts, tips, and helpful info!
Every time I go into an Anthropologie store I leave with about 10 new and super creative DIY ideas I want to try in my own home! My one problem with that company is there is no store location in Charleston! Ah! I think I’m going through minor withdraws (minor only because I get daily emails and follow their pinterest boards…) Anthro, listen up: Charleston, SC needs you!
Check out how they created these beauties!
I hope you are inspired! These stunning window installations always get my creative mind going.
When I was in Seattle a few weeks past, I noticed the window display in Anthropologie & loved it. It was a pink/cream color scheme, so inspiring. I agree with you, they get the creative juices flowing!
I WANT TO GO THERE SO BADLY! Actually, I want to go pretty much anywhere on the west coast! I’m an east coast girl, but I think I could be flexible about that…. ; )
I’ll bet Anthropologie was a breathtaking display, as always!
As à florist and gardenartist i just have too se this live. I love it!
I couldn’t agree more – the last windows with the ocean theme were equally gorgeous. In Europe, we have to go to London to get our Anthropologie inspiration. They should also come to Brussels!
Oh my, London + Anthropologie… I’m tempted to make the trip myself!
Ya! My dreams are coming true!! Anthropologie is coming to the beautiful Historic Downtown Charleston!