Beautiful Shibori and Indigo Goods from Rhode Island Shops

Shades of blue add richness to pretty home and fashion accessories.
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Photography by Angel Tucker

From top left of shelf: Geometric pattern mug by Anna Highsmith, $38, Simple Pleasures, Providence. Octagonal wheel thrown and faceted mug, $22, Small Axe at the Fantastic Umbrella Factory, Charlestown. Small cup with lines by Anna Highsmith, $22, Simple Pleasures. Large elephant stuffed animals, $20 each; small elephant, $16, all from Small Axe at the Fantastic Umbrella Factory. Silk and wool blend polka-dot shibori indigo dyed shawl, $40; bamboo rayon shibori indigo dyed scarf, $40, Fiber and Mud, fiberandmud.com. Large zip pouch with blue scale pattern, $16, Small Axe at the Fantastic Umbrella Factory. African indigo dyed pouch, $30, Simple Pleasures. Large sisal basket, $36; small sisal basket, $24, both from Nava, Providence. Linen shibori tote with leather handles, $75, Pink Lemonade Boutique, lisakbillings@gmail.com. Indigo scarf, $48, Nava. Wayland Highback chair in Ash, $823, O and G Studio, Warren. Indigo batik hand-printed and dyed pillow cover, $36, muffybrandt.etsy.com. Sunhat, $38, Nava.

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Photography by Angel Tucker

Clockwise from top left: Agate slice, $14, Small Axe at the Fantastic Umbrella Factory. Small dish with lines by Anna Highsmith, $15, Simple Pleasures. Small dish with campfire, $12, Nava. Small velvet journal, $20, Christina Ltd., Westerly. Hand dyed indigo shibori cotton kitchen towel, $12.99, Fiber and Mud. Yamato Indigo dye, $20; chevron bandana, $12, both from Simple Pleasures. Wild and Free tie-dyed journal, $12, Christina Ltd. Long lapis necklace, $20, Small Axe at the Fantastic Umbrella Factory. Linen shibori pouch with leather handle, $45, Pink Lemonade Boutique. Lapis chip necklace, $5; Ikat wallet, $32, both from Small Axe at the Fantastic Umbrella Factory. Solid blue fabric in center, sample, not for sale.

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