INDIGO SEA

so you all know how much i love blue- anything blue! i’m especially a fanatic about chambray and denim, and right now i’m really into indigo- indigo tees, sweaters, sweatshirts and blazers. perfect paired with my jeans and chambray. ahhh- indigo head to toe!

indigo, an organic compound, is a dye for cotton yarns predominantly used for production of denim cloth for blue jeans. it is also used to make fabrics. i’m also loving indigo pillows, throws and block print fabrics. actually i’m working on a pool house and guest house right with indigo and blue batik fabrics galore. if you follow me on instagram, you have gotten to see a sneak peek.

looks like i’m not the only one loving indigo. the spring 2014 men’s fashion shows are taking place in europe right now and it’s all about indigo- it’s almost unbelievable how much of it there is! i’m loving it- everyone is looking great to me- especially everyone in the streets!

enjoy a collection of indigo- a pillow or a tee, a blazer or a blanket, outside or inside! and why not add in a few pieces of art that speak indigo to me! your welcome to jump into my indigo sea!

street fashion photographs from the sartorialist and tommy ton. other photographs mostly from pinterest.

Ellsworth Kelly

Michael DePerno- Elle Decor

Rothko

Pierre Soulages

Josef Albers

Victoria Hagan- Elle Decor

Ellsworth Kelly

Rothko

Cy Twombly

Jeffrey Bilhuber- Elle Decor

Pierre Soulages

Elle Decor

Ellsworth Kelly

Rothko

House Beautiful

Ellsworth Kelly

Victoria Hagan- Elle Decor

Josef albers

Pierre Soulages

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  1. What a fabulous post! I didn’t know Cy Twombly worked in blues like that. If you find yourself sometime in the sublime metropolis of St. Louis, Mo. (not kidding, my city is sublime) you must get yourself to the Pulitzer Foundation. It’s a museum like space designed by the great Japanese architect Tadao ando in 2002. Elsworth Kelly (a great personal friend of the Pulitzers) was commissioned to do a huge painting that is permanently installed there. And wouldn’t you know it? It’s a very piece consisting mostly of blue and black.

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