home décor by incorporating Indian ethnic prints
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Indian handlooms are considered to be one of the most important parts of Indian Heritage. They are known all over the world for their richness, variety, and quality. Ethnic fabrics, unique textiles, and colours make these handloom prints evergreen.

Be it florals, geometric patterns or abstracts, these ethnic prints when infused with home decoration, not only gives an aesthetic look to your home but also adds warmth, love and a touch of charm to your interiors.

So, here is a list of some of the most popular Indian ethnic prints which you must incorporate your home interiors:

Block Prints

Block printing is a form of dying and coloring a fabric using wooden blocks. In, block printing craftsmen use wooden or metal blocks to create beautiful designs on cloths or other materials. If you visit Rajasthan, you will many home décor items designed for block printing like pillow covers, table runners, drapes, wallpapers, and rugs.

Block Prints
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Hand-stitched designs

This is a type of embroidery which is done on cotton clothes, silk or velvet material with colourful embellishments. And when used in home décor they add a colorful beauty to your interiors. One can found these designs in home furnishings like bedspreads, sofa and floor cushions, and pillow covers.

Hand-stitched designs
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Ikat prints

Ikat is a dyeing technique used to pattern textiles that employ resist dyeing on the yarns prior to dyeing and weaving the fabric. Whether you choose to go bold with an ikat pattern and make a major statement with drapes or incorporate it more subtly in wall art, you can easily catch the eye of anyone who visits your home.

Ikatprints
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Rajasthani print

These prints are most popular when it comes to home décor. People often visit Rajasthan to buy home décor items like paintings and art to decorate their houses with these ethnic prints. Their bright and vibrant colours easily attract any visitor who comes to your place.

Rajasthani print
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Chintz

Indian chintz fabrics are always evergreen. In fact, they are trending more in today’s interior because of their floral print which brings a sense of fresh air in your home. Chintz is usually seen in small doses when used in contemporary interiors. These décor adds a romantic, warm, layered, and slightly feminine touch to your room.

Chintz
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Vegetable Dye prints

Vegetable dye or popularly known as kalamkari is a technique wherein Cotton textiles are hand painted or block printed with the help of a pen. It is among the most beautiful traditional Indian art forms that make use of only natural colours or vegetable dyes. One can find beautiful and colourful bed Linen and furnishings which gives a royal and traditional look to your home as well as the complete interiors.

Vegetable Dye prints
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