Macrame wallhangings have been all the rage now for a while. I see them all the time in the interiors of the young, cool and hip. Pinterest is filled with them. Isn’t it funny how some things from the past come back time and time again? But this time around it is macrame with a twist: same principle of knot-tying now done with different materials and colors. Huge macrame pieces used as a headboard for a king-size bed.

Or a macrame piece as a room-divider, smart and original. I love how these macrame wallhangings add texture to and interior. Here’s a small selection and a link to how to make one yourself, enjoy and good luck with your knot-tying skills.

Macrame Wallhangings

Scandinavian apartment with a macrame piece on the wall, photographed by Anders Bergstedt – via My Paradissi

Macrame Wallhangings

Almost ethnic, this macrame wall hanger in this also lovely monochrome bedroom – via Bloglovin

Macrame Wallhangings

A dip-dyed macrame piece, macrame with a modern twist – via Moorea Seal

Macrame Wallhangings

I like this piece of modern macrame a lot too – via Casulo

Macrame Wallhangings

I love this unusually shaped macrame piece by Sally England

Macrame Wallhangings

This one is great too, a bit more contemporary due to the colors used

Macrame Wallhangings

The white macrame object contrasting nicely against the dark walls – via Coco Lapine

Macrame Wallhangings

Used as a headboard, great – via RueMag

Macrame Wallhangings

via Coco Lapine

 

Macrame Wallhangings

A macrame tipi in the garden – via Sally England

Macrame Wallhangings

A DIY hot pink macrame project, great for a girlie teen-room, find out how to make one yourself here

Macrame Wallhangings

By Sally England – via FeatherOfMe

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