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Thursday, 18 January 2018

The Art of Macrame

Macramé is a new found love of mine. With the prospect of a potential house move in 2018, homeware and interior design is something I have been obsessing over in particular on my Pinterest page. I feel like more and more people are discovering the art of Macrame and I have even started to spot more of it on the high street. I thought I'd share with you a few Macrame finds that I have added to my wishlist both in the form of wall art and hanging planters. A friend of mine has recently fallen pregnant and also broody is not currently in my vocabulary, I did get very excited when we were looking at ways to introduce Macramé into the nursery too! 


  1. the art of knotting string in patterns to make decorative articles.


Macramé Cushion £12 - Click here to shop

Macramé Wall Art £12 - Click here to shop

ASOS Sass & Belle Macramé Wall Art £16 - Click here to shop

Macramé Book £8 - Click here to shop

Matalan Macramé Planter £6 - Click here to shop