Michael Penney demonstrates how to create high-end (and on-trend) batik fabric. This DIY project is especially easy because imperfections actually add character to textile art.
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In This Episode
Learn how to mix wallpaper, flea-market furniture, bold colours and sleek new pieces, using the example of stylist-writer Arren Williams’ modernist, Palm Springs inspired house. Style editor Michael Penney demonstrates how to create high-end (and on-trend) DIY batik fabric. Plus, Suzanne Dimma shows off Susan Langley’s sleek, modern laundry room, featuring industrial-chic hardware and simple flat-panel cabinetry to keep things organized.