|Liga collection by Elise Gabriel|
Dip-dyeing may not be an innovative process, but it is definitely becoming more popular, as its usage spreads from fashion and beauty to furniture and home accessories. From handcrafted to mass-made, an interesting variety of materials are being used. WGSN-homebuildlife analyses how conceptual inspirations become commercial items.
|Dipped serving utensils by Mori Kawa|
|Amber Chair - Preserving Immortal Memories by Jaeuk Jung|
A dipped skin not only modifies the product's shape, but can also interfere with its functionality: dipped components can be used to add structure to designs. WGSN-homebuildlife subscribers can read more on the subject.