New homewares brand Romor Designs is offering you the chance to WIN this rather snazzy indigo dyed blue and white Shibori lampshade.
Shibori is the Japanese craft of stitched, bound and clamped resist and dates back over 500 years to the Edo period in Japan, where it was traditionally used to decorate kimonos.
Created using the ancient art of kikko folding and stitching and then dyed using Mayan indigo five times this lampshade is bang on trend for 2017 where blue is very much going to be the colour in our homes.
Shibori and indigo dyeing are slow crafts often requiring many hours of stitching followed by a similar length of time at the indigo vat to get just the right shade of blue. Because of the processes and dyes involved every piece is unique.
Romor Designs is based in Muswell Hill, North London and creates unique and contemporary Shibori lampshades and other homewares using indigo and natural dyes.
For your chance to win this stylish indigo shibori lampshade just answer this simple question:
In which country did Shibori originate?
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