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Inspired by Ettore Sottsass' famed Italian design firm the Memphis Group, Enoteca Nostrana's front door opens to a riot of color, with indigo sound baffles, aquamarine chairs and peachy pink walls.
Ikea Ikea says the line’s design was inspired by the indigo textile work many of the artisans were already making.
Going downtown was a thrill, even into my teenage years, with midnight movies at the Fourth Avenue Theatre, under the blinking Big Dipper set in its indigo ceiling.
Rockwell created an ombré effect, starting with a light Easter-egg blue in the back that makes its way to a Majorelle Garden deep indigo around the stage.
But the industrial process currently used to synthesize indigo is bad for the environment.
One dropped its Mud Cloth Charlie sneaker, made of indigo mud cloth that was sourced from the West African country Mali.
Peg + Cat: The Big Dog Problem: A math-loving little girl who plays a mean ukulele and her best friend, an indigo cat, solve problems like what to do when a big dog is blocking your path to the mailox.
The antique cream pieces channel the chic but simple style Madewell is known for, while indigo accents bring to mind the brand's iconic denims.
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: a deep purplish-blue color
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