The Unexpected 1970s Trend That Made a Huge Comeback
Metallic Macramé Wall Hanging
For a modern take on macramé, choose this wall hanging that mixes natural fibers with metallic yarns crafted from a surprising material: recycled candy wrappers. For a large 60-by-72-inch piece of wall art, this alternative is much more affordable than a traditional painting, and every bit as eye-catching. Let it fill a blank wall, or allow it to stand in for a headboard in your bedroom.
To buy: $100; westelm.com.
Mkono Macramé Double Plant Hanger
Sure, macramé plant hangers can be found all over, but this double hanger takes the trend to the next level. This handcrafted beauty will liven up an outdoor patio or a living room.
To buy: $16; amazon.com.
Daisy Macramé Portal
Hang this pretty macramé accent as a window valance, or place it above a doorway for a retro feel.
To buy: $89; urbanoutfitters.com.
Large Modern Macramé Wall Hanging
Handmade by the Etsy shop Lark & Fable, this charming wall hanging is suspended from a piece of driftwood, giving the piece a beach-inspired style. If you’d like to fill a specific spot on your wall, you can even place a custom order for the desired dimensions.
To buy: $53; etsy.com.
Jali Macramé Indoor-Outdoor Throw Pillow
No matter where you place this intricately-patterned throw pillow—on a couch, a bed, or a comfy side chair—it’s sure to infuse the space with subtle bohemian style and lots of texture.
To buy: $35; worldmarket.com.