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9 Ways to Decorate with Macramé

Macramé is having a moment. Here are some of our favorite pieces of knotty-and-nice decor

Jess Chamberlain
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Dip-Dyed Delight

Add a boho vibe to any room with a macramé wall hanging styled as casually as its materials. Here, a dip-dyed design hangs from a piece of artwork in a reading corner.

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Tabletop Treasure

Bring the loose and simple knotted design of macramé to the tabletop with a table runner that serves as the foundation of a nature-inspired tablescape.

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Suspended Style

Do these hanging plant holders look reminiscent of grandma's house when you were a kiddo? (Yes, they're back in vogue!) We love the nod to classic 1970s style, but with a modern touch in black.

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Deep Impact

This large macramé wall hanging makes a dramatic statement in any space. Try it as a window treatment!

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Soft Lighting

Define a dining nook (or any nook) with a macramé pendant as dramatic in scale as it is cozy in style.

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Boho Rug

How about some knotted design underfoot? Layer the floor with boho style to set a casual tone in any room.

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Luxe R&R

Inside or out, relax in style with this fringed macramé hammock that'll leave you dreaming of the tropics.

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Stylish Slumbers

Add a touch of texture to the bedroom with this macramé bedskirt that prioritizes a fun fringe over neat corners.

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Crafty Kit

Make it yourself! This macramé kit comes complete with rope, a wood dowel, beads, and S hooks. You can proudly tell house guests: "Oh that wall hanging? I made that!"

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