Interest in macrame seems to be enjoying a revival these days with more and more people learning how to macrame decorations for their homes. Macramé might be a difficult technique to master. I don’t know many people who have mastered it. But once you get the hang of it, macramé is great for creating so many different things in your home.
DIY Macramé Room Divider
This macrame room divider DIY lends itself easily to creating a relaxed bohemian vibe while also working hard to define a space. Get the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess.
Easy Macramé Bead Curtain Panel using Yarn
Just slip in wood or glittery beads into the single strands and turn your diamond-patterned handiwork into a swoon-worthy decorative treat, adding rustic flavors in the room. You can also loop a macramé-designed tie back around the drape to complement the fabric. Get the tutorial from The Wicker House.
DIY Macramé Curtain
Make a macramé curtain that can serve as a room divider or even a closet door. Get the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess.
Macramé Plant Wall and Room Divider
Looking for a piece that could define a space? Take a look at this ‘macra-monster’. Get the tutorial from House Sparrow Nesting.
Macramé Window Dressing
Soften up window dressings with a full macrame panel (like the image at the top of this post), or just create a pretty accent like above. Get the tutorial from Mr. Mitchell.
Macramé Room Dividers
The open, airy nature of these pieces is perfect for defining space without making the room feel closed in. That 3 sided kitchen booth…stunning. Get the tutorial from Decor Advisor.
Macramé En Masse
Speaking of hanging planters… As much as I love a 70’s boho vibe (and I do) there’s something to be said about reimagining a trend. The matte black pots, mixed with the bright colors in shades of green and blue + hanging the plants all together is such a fresh approach and makes a delightful statement. Get the tutorial from Petit Passport.