Roundup: 10 Fresh New Ways To Use Ombre In Your Home

Roundup: 10 Fresh New Ways To Use Ombre In Your Home

I'll admit it, I wasn't completely on board with the ombre trend when it first became popular - but I'm certainly a big fan now. There are so many different ways it can be utilized around the home, and I'm going to share some clever ideas with you today.   


1. Customize a Maskros light fixture from IKEA using 3 different shades of pink. Find a thorough tutorial right here. [Photo: Picket Fence Design]

2. Spice up your staircase by painting each riser a different shade of blue. Find out how the folks at Real Simple did it here. [Photo: Real Simple]

3. Double dip your plain old white curtains so that the ombre pattern is on the top and bottom. Here's an ombre fabric dying tutorial using organic materials. [Photo: Decoist]

4. Use paint chips to create a piece of ombre art. Find out how to make your own here. [Photo: Ellementary Home

5. You might recognize this beautiful ombre chair, it was recently featured on Curbly. [Photo: Nine Red]

6. Give those old plastic storage drawers a makeover by putting colorful paper at the front in a gradation of shades. [Photo: Mod Podge Rocks Blog]

7. Add some ombre sparkle to your glassware for your next party. Check out the tutorial here. [Photo: Something Turquoise

8. Dip dye some fabric bags to use as totes or laundry bags. Find out more here. [Photo: Oh My Little Dears]

9. Use oxidized pennies to create an unusual piece of wall art... a conversation starter for sure! Find directions here. [Photo: Instructables]

10. Add an ombre effect to your clothespins, then use them as magnets! Find out how to make your own here. [Photo: Studs and Pearls]

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