When most people choose the dark pop of color for their home decor, they go with black. Black is chic and classic and can be incorporated into so many decor styles. But it can seem too inky for some people’s preference. So they might try to opt for navy. But even such a rich blue can weigh down your decor. So what’s next? Obviously, indigo. This particular shade of blue is deep but not too deep. Dark, but not too inky. Just enough to give your decor a pop without being too depressing. Check out these 14 DIYs to bring indigo into your home. You’ll be more than happy to embrace the shade.

When you begin adding color to your home, you obviously start with the throw pillows. Create these beautiful indigo pillow covers that will grace your sofa all year round and be easy to freshen up. (via Blackbird)

Curtains make another great place to add a pop of indigo without feeling too heavy. Dip dye your white drapes with indigo dye to make a gradient effect. (via 4 Men 1 Lady)

Got a gallery wall in your home? Change it up by DIYing a canvas in indigo. That pop of blue will be just what all your family photographs and inspiring quotes need. (via Farm Fresh Therapy)

It’s easy to think that once a lampshade is old and ugly, it’s time to replace it. Except you can cover it in indigo colored fabric and suddenly your lamp becomes your favorite lighting in the room. (via Red House West)

Let’s not forget about the kitchen. Use the shibori method to dye your dishtowels that beautiful blue. You might even want to make some extras for gifts since all your friends will be asking where you bought them. (via Alice and Lois)

Before you dye in such a dark color, you might have some practice pieces of fabric. Instead of scrapping them when you’re finished, put them in embroidery hoops to create fun and affordable wall art. (via Thimblepress)

Did you know that you can dye a bathmat? Once you dye yours, your post shower feet on indigo will become your favorite Instagram shot. (via Jojotastic)

Dyeing is fun but not absolutely necessary to get the indigo shade you want. Use the color to paint patterns on coasters that will decorate your coffee table from now until forever. (via Always Rooney)

Simplistic wall art is very much trending at the moment. Use your leftover indigo dye to color a large piece of scrap cloth and suddenly, you have a tapestry that will look great in any room of your home. (via Blackbird)

Slipping into bed under special bedding gives you such a thrill. Dip dye your sheets and duvet cover in blue and you will instantly add to the serenity of your bedroom. (via Bekleidet)

Of course, you can always just paint that one piece of not so great furniture. By opting for indigo, you’re remade piece will become the focal point of the room so be sure you choose wisely. (via Balletti Design)

Just imagine how appetizing everything will look when served on indigo blue plates. Dyeing your dishes means your Instagram will become full of meal pictures because you just won’t be able to stop snapping. (via Bekleidet)

If you can boast an artistic hand, you’ll want to use your skills on some permanent indigo art. Watercolors especially bring that spa like feel to your space. (via Designhunter)

While you’re dyeing, go ahead and do an extra long pillow cover for that lumbar size pillow on your bed. The pattern will bring the feel of texture while the indigo shade will add depth. (via A Beautiful Mess)

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