Macrame & Ceramic Hanging Bowl
Macrame is back!
Popularized in the 70s, macrame—the art of tying knots to create wall hangings and other decor objects—is having a moment again, and we’re thrilled… especially because the modern takes on this retro form are so darn cool. Handmade and 100% cotton, this hanger has all the features of traditional macrame—large knots, of course, but also twists and fringe—while still feeling minimal enough to jive with the rest of our furnishings. The porcelain bowl fits perfectly inside the basket, and looks just as good holding a leafy houseplant as it does a bowl of apples, oranges, or onions.
Photography by Rocky Luten & Ty Mecham
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