The Crafty Lumberjacks teach you how to make a funky, macrame beaded curtain with a plant holder in the middle. To start, you will need navy rope cording, wooden ball spacer beads, orange and teal acrylic paint, a tension rod, scissors, painter's tape, tape measure and a piece of sandpaper.
Texture brings so much stylish fun to this nursery, from the wallpapered accent wall to the vintage macramé wall-hanging to the Moroccan rug. The light palette keeps the small room from feeling cluttered.
A light palette helps this small nursery feel bright and open. Then, for visual interest, designers brought in a colorful Moroccan rug (so soft for bare feet) and a vintage macramé wall-hanging to fill the wall over the crib.
Do bohemian babies dream of macramé mobiles? I can’t say, but I’d like to think so. If you’re going for a casual, global vibe, a macramé mobile is a must-have. A neutral-hued variety, like this one crafted by The Forest Fern, can be kept and used in future nurseries, no matter the baby’s gender.
The view into the living room area displays the white on white texture of unbleached macrame fiber art on the white ship lap. The coffee table is a DIY - a broken clock face transformed into a live edge table with hair pin legs. A tall floor lamp arches over the large brown leather sectional.
The DIY coffee table is made from a broken clock face transformed into a live edge table with hair pin legs. A white ship lap accent wall creates a white on white texture display with the unbleached macrame fiber art. A large leather sectional is decorated with a mix of patterned pillows and throw blankets. Wicker baskets provide decorative storage.