Current interior obsession: Macramé

Current interior obsession: Macramé

We’ve had bell-bottom pants and tie-die shirts, but the recent revival of this latest 70es trend actually got me excited – I’m talking about macramé, of course!

I love the intricate handiwork and the complex patterns created by knotting the strings of yarn. I love that no two pieces are the same, and that there are a myriad of ways to get creative. Macramé is a great way of introducing new and different textures and more natural materials into your home – it’s not surprising that macramé is often used in combination with plants, succulents, and cacti.

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I have the biggest heart eyes for any combination of white macramé with natural, raw, untreated wood, such as pieces of driftwood. I haven’t gotten any macramé items in my house yet, but I’m actively browsing for some plant hangers or a little hanging shelf.

So here are some of my favorite finds from around the web (click images for links):

Macramé and wooden hanging shelf, via Etsy
Set of 5 macramé and glass succulent planters, via modishstore
Gorgeous ombre dip-dye macramé wall tapestry, via etsy
Wood macramé hanging shelf, via
Macramé and copper hanging vase, via tictail


Are there any fellow macramé lovers out there? I’d be interested in hearing your thoughts and tips about DIY-ing macramé pieces, and of course if you know any artists here in Copenhagen or Denmark, I’m all ears – let me know in the comments!

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4 thoughts on “Current interior obsession: Macramé”

  • I simply love that shelf! What a good idea, I dont think I would have ever combined it with other things than flowers. :) Thanks for inspiration!

  • I love love love all of this! I am currently in the middle of weaving a wall hanging myself. But it’s been trapped in my apartment for nearly a week. Our place was sealed off to clean up asbestos because we had a fire in the old house we lived in. :( I hope it doesn’t smell like smoke. But anyway, I have also been planning to learn macrame to make a wall hanging for our bedroom. My boyfriend has an Irish tapestry that is black and green, so I wanted to bring in some lighter decor to balance things out. We’re going to try and hang his tapestry like we’re not in college. We’ll see how that goes.

    • Oh, how cool! I don’t think I have the patience to learn how to make a big wall hanging – I might try with a smaller plant hanger in the fall :)

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