The latest trend to take over home decor - Macramé!
Macramé is a type of textile design created from knotted or woven rope or cords. These knotting methods have been used for centuries all across the world, and were especially popular in the late 1800's during the Victorian era. Macrame designs were used in linens, tablecloths, shawls, hammocks, and so much more! The macramé trend also exploded in popularity a century later in the 1970's. It was used to make hippie and bohemian style clothing and home furnishings. It's such a versatile craft, which explains why it has been so widely popular in so many different times and places around the world.
Well, like many trends, macramé has recently come back into style in a major way. I don't know about you, but I am loving it! I see so many amazing hand woven macrame wall hangings on Pinterest and Instagram, and I must admit, the envy is real. So, I decided to scour Etsy in search of the most gorgeous handmade macrame hangings that I could find. And let me tell you, I found a lot! It was difficult to narrow down my list, but I managed to do it for my lovely readers here.
At long last, here are 5 stunning handmade Macramé wall hangings created by Etsy sellers. Plus, keep scrolling to the bottom of the post to find 3 bonus DIY macrame patterns for those that want to try to make one yourself!
Dip-Dyed Macrame Wall Hanging by Teddy and Wool
Macrame Wall Hanging with Dried Flowers by Botanica Floral Co
Large Hand Woven Macrame Hanging by Wall Knot
Custom Macrame Hanging with Hoop and Personalized Laser-Cut Word
by the Duo Studio
Geometric Woven Macrame Hanging by Tamar Things
Bonus! Three Beginner's DIY Macrame Patterns
Center Diamond Macrame Pattern by Reform Fibers
Macrame Dreamcatcher Pattern by Moonshadow Macrame
Simple DIY Macrame Wall Hanging Pattern by Foliage Room
So now that you've discovered my hand-picked list of beautiful Macrame home decor, have you caught the Macrame fever? I sure have! Drop me a comment below to let me know your opinion on these lovely designs! I'd also love to know if anyone decides to try making their own with one of the patterns.
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