Macramé, the art of knotting string into decorative patterns, has made a huge comeback. This trend is all over the spring / summer fashion collections and interior designers are welcoming the 1970’s décor style with open arms. My Pinterest feed is covered with photographs of gorgeous fiber art tapestries, DIY hanging plant holders and other knotted inspiration. And I see why – It’s amazing how simple knots can create such beautiful texture and intricate designs!
(No. 1) Cory Lynn Calter Molly Oversized Tee at Anthropologie, $136; (No. 2) Lexington Macramé Sham at Amara, $131; (No. 3) Jessica Velez Osprey Earrings and Agami Necklace at Anthropologie, $38, $98; (No. 4) Macramé Plant Hanger from Pigment, $59; (No. 5) Juliska Macramé Napkin Ring, $24; (No. 6) Jamie Young Company Jute Chandelier at Bellacor, $682; (No. 7) House of Harlow macramé bracelets, $18-32; (No. 8) Tori Praver Wavecrest One-Piece at Haven in Dallas, $264 (I also love the Toledo high-waisted bikini); (No. 9) Shiraleah Noemi Macramé Bowl at Saks Off Fifth, $40; (No. 10) Belen Knotted Tote Bag by Monserat De Lucca (also at Calypso St. Barth), $95 (the Rafé New York Steffani Carryall is another great option); (No. 11) Knotted Melati Hanging Chair from Anthropologie, $598.