Modern Macramé for Every Room

A hallmark of 1970s style, the hands-on textile technique finds new relevance in home design

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Created by fiber artist Rianne Aarts for Teddy and Wool, the Shifting Dunes tapestry features small knots on a half-moon frame and cotton fringes treated with gradient dye

Created by fiber artist Rianne Aarts for Teddy and Wool, the Shifting Dunes tapestry features small knots on a half-moon frame and cotton fringes treated with gradient dye. 

Designed by Ian Thornton for Currey & Company, the Counterculture chandelier features three tiers of cotton thread woven onto a metal frame in a cream white finish

Designed by Ian Thornton for Currey & Company, the Counterculture chandelier features three tiers of cotton thread woven onto a metal frame in a cream white finish.

A blend of woven raw cotton, paper mâché, and dark wood, the Lomas wall hanging from The Citizenry is handcrafted by a small group of artisans in Queretaro, Mexico

A blend of woven raw cotton, paper mâché, and dark wood, the Lomas wall hanging from The Citizenry is handcrafted by a small group of artisans in Queretaro, Mexico.

Organic cotton cords in dark green and beige are artfully knotted together in what Macro Macramé calls a “striking layer of texture and tone.

Organic cotton cords in dark green and beige are artfully knotted together in what Macro Macramé calls a “striking layer of texture and tone.”

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