I have a feeling
trend has a connection with
I can not be sure about it but I can at least make a guess if I want! Right? Our stripes obsession never ended and here we are introduced to a new trend in the making, color block.
Let’s take a look at some
DIY Color block ideas
I have dug out
Baby color block dress
Baby dress (link broken)
An adorable baby dress created with 3 beautiful colors.
Painted book shelves
Book shelves via pinterest
Paint the insides of your book shelves for an artistic look.
Painted Clock Art
Turn discs of wood into color dipped clocks.
DIY Color Block Curtains
Easy sewing colored fabrics to make curtains.
Beautiful colors for the baby boy’s nursery.
DIY Clutch refashion
Refashion clutch via pinterest
Using paper templates and glue to customize a clutch.
Easy painted dresser
Color insides of dresser (broken link)
Easy color block craft
Duct tape purse (source unavailable)
Refashion a simple purse using duct tape.
DIY color block coasters
Painted coasters via poppy talk
Paint wooden coasters diagonally. Simple and adorable!
Cute baby colors make the coasters look so bright and light.
Colorful Stripes Cabinet
Paint a cabinet in various colors, vertically or horizontally.
You can also give it a 3D effect with glitter.
Fun for kids playing room.
Color block skirts
Color blocking fashion- skirt via pinterest
An interesting take on Ladies Fashion. Beautiful sewn skirt worn with a simple t-shirt.
Stripes Summer dress via pinterest
Dip painted planters
Paint garden pots in a combination of colors.
Using the dipped technique to save time if you paint lots of planters.
Painted shoes via a beautiful mess
Paint a certain part of your shoes with a contrasting color for a fresh look for your old shoes.
Color block Jewelry via henry blow
Stack colors of clay together for making these clay bangles.
Another shoe refashion. Neon Color for bold shoes.
Handbag by Elle via pinterest
I love this color blocking handbag.
Last but not the least.
Superb furniture idea. Use a color for each drawer in subtle tones.
Color Blocking Furniture via anthropologie