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Love It or Hate It? Anthropologie Ocean Swell Curtain

Tie-dye seems to be a resurging trend in the fashion world — one that even Tory Burch is heralding — but I'll certainly never be adding the groovy style to my wardrobe. It seems, though, that the dip-dyed material may be gaining momentum in the world of interiors, too. Anthropologie's new Ocean Swell Curtain ($138-$198) has 1970 written all over it. Would you bring these curtains into your humble hippie abode?

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ella1978 ella1978 7 years
I was never really a fan of tie-dye in the 80s.. so I don't think you will sell me on it now. It's not my style.. but to each their own.
icristina icristina 7 years
that's an insane price.. i mean for long windows probably
kimmieb124 kimmieb124 7 years
Those would actually look great in our guest room. We have a beach theme and these would be a great addition.
hippiecowgirl hippiecowgirl 7 years
In the right space I'd absolutely use these! I especially love the rope tie-back.
limelindsey limelindsey 7 years
Yeah, they are a little bit expensive! And they wouldn't go with my current decor. But I think they would look great in an updated beach house or lakeside cabin....sort of earthy and casual.
skigurl skigurl 7 years
not in my living room, but in a spare room or teenager's bedroom i would
neonbrite neonbrite 7 years
Not for that price I wouldn't. Those look like an easy DIY project I could attempt though.
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