Ombré, the gentle blending of one color into another, is a popular treatment in modern hair color, nail art and even baking. Of course, it’s also wonderfully well suited to fabric, as evidenced by these new pieces from top home décor manufacturers.

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Kim Seybert brings nature to the table in the form of delicate place mats made from 100 percent Capiz shells. They glow with the unmistakable iridescence that characterizes those shells. (salliehome.com)

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Surya’s ombré Chaz pouf (made in India) is upholstered on four sides with 100 percent handwoven wool in tones ranging from bright orange to burnt orange to dark red. The bottom panel is 100 percent cotton, while the fill is polyester. (designanddetailstl.com)

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Loloi Rugs’ Garrett collection of indoor/outdoor hand-braided polypropylene rugs offers a new take on a traditional braided rug. It’s shown in the Spice colorway, with subtle gradations of orange to red tones. The rug’s finish feels soft and has a subtle sheen. (loloirugs.com)

Nancy Robinson is a contributing writer to Ladue News specializing in interiors and home décor.