Friday, February 1, 2013
Dutch wax fabric batik prints - which originated in the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) where locals used the technique of wax-resistant dying (basically applying wax to a cloth, and then dying over that wax to create a pattern) - are brightly colored with beautiful patterns.
How to use Dutch wax fabric in a room?
Use them to cover chairs, the backs of sofas and as pillows and table runners:
Use them as rugs or to cover ottomans:
Hang them on the wall:
images from www.vlisco.com, www.desiretoinspire.net, www.elledecor.com and www.houzz.com