Denim Daze: How to Outfit Your Home in the Indigo Thread
There's a reason denim is an American staple. It's versatile, durable, and built for comfort—all sterling qualities in the home upholstery market. After swooning over the vintage Chesterfield sofa Brooklyn Decker reupholstered in faded denim as the centerpiece of her impeccably cool Texas living room, we became entirely sold on true blue as a burgeoning décor trend. Try it on. We think it's a killer fit.
Fit for the elements, denim-unholstered outdoor furniture is an investment that will only look more weathered and chic over time. Paired with crisp whites and vibrant pops of color, the staple material is equal parts casual and chic.
Decker's Austin home features a soulful mix of vintage indigo, heirloom leather, and contemporary art. The juxtaposition of traditional antiques with clever materiality is a charismatic blend of youthful spirit and well-traveled taste.
The denim chandelier in this family abode is nothing short of inspired. We love the mélange of texture and color achieved by blending a plethora of washes into a singular work of art.
Gingham, dyed indigo, chambray, and shearling all prove fitting companions for this dark-wash sofa. Paired with elevated pieces from mahogany to metallics, denim offers a laid-back counterpoint we love.
The casual, edited grace of this family home proves the richly textured material is a kid-friendly choice that is as practical as it is chic. To highlight azure hues, pair with bright complementary orange accents and lush blond neutrals.
A chambray slipcover is an unexpected addition to the refined composition of this modern bohemian abode. The all-American upholstery choice makes for a welcoming and familiar guest room.
Our affinity for ultra-crisp all-white spaces is well-documented. The denim coverlet at this boutique three-bedroom rental property offers a ruggedly handsome foil to serene, creamy blonds, and soft linens.
What do you think of the denim trend? Would you put the material into rotation in your home?