Textile Sourcebook, Color Trends
From Egyptian mummies to blue jeans, this deep blue hue has a hoary history. Before the 17th century the only way of achieving the true Indigo color was by using the leaves of a plant originating in India. For centuries it was imbued with ritual significance, until the commercialization of denim transformed the cultural connotations of Indigo. Perhaps because of this, the color still has something of a split personality—making it perfect for the business-casual, resimercial interiors of today.
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