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Deborah Osburn's Collection Channels Japanese Textile Dying Techniques

 - Dec 16, 2014
References: cletile & design-milk
The Watermark Tile Collection is utterly beautiful. A welcomed step away from more traditional designs, the whimsical and abstract patterns were inspired by Japanese textile dying techniques. Yet the name of the Watermark Tile Collection is derived specifically from the individuality of each pattern created. They are one-of-a-kind creations that have been treated with indigo and gold verdigris.

Dipped, stroked, stained and washed for the differing effects, the Watermark Tile Collection introduces an exotic element into the home as well as an artistic one. They are also very versatile and can be used either indoors or outdoors, on the floor or the wall. The Watermark Tile Collection also inspired a few iPhone case designs so people can enjoy it even on the go.