A macrame wall hanging is the wildly popular fad from the 1970’s that has made a big come back in a beautifully modern way.
If you want to achieve a boho vibe in your home, a macrame wall hanging is a must-have home decor item. Check out these companies who are taking macrame to a stunning new level of wow.
These modern macrame home decor items are handmade in Arizona by owner, designer and mom of four, Heidi Martin.
Heidi dip-dyes her pieces to beautiful effect and often incorporates natural driftwood branches to hang her pieces from.
Available on Etsy, all pieces are Heidi’s original designs.
Netherlands-based artist, Rianne Aarts is the creator behind the incredible Teddy and Wool creations.
Rianne creates a contemporary twist on the classic craft of macrame. The majority of her creations are dip-dyed with bright colors, also some incorporate materials like beads and wool.
Find Teddy and Wool on Etsy, and she also takes custom orders.
The creations made by Nicole Hemmerly, who owns Moss Hound Designs, are earthy, textured and beautifully bohemian.
Nicole crafts each piece from her studio in Florida and combines vintage yarns and yarn off our families sheep farm in northern Pennsylvania. Furthermore, thick 100% merino wool roving and hand dyed fabrics are also incorporated into her pieces.
If you are interested in commissioning a custom orders, Nicole is up for that.
Scandinavian artist Celina Rie created Wild and Feather as a free space for her creative ideas to come to life. As a result, she now creates unique wall hangings in earthy tones hung on driftwood available for purchase on her website.
As a bonus, Celina offers free worldwide shipping.
Australian company The Dharma Door works with fair trade artisans in remote, rural communities around the world to create showstopping wall hangings, and other beautiful homeware.
The company work to find the highest grade of fibres and pairs them with the incredible skills of female artisans. As a result, their quality, original woven pieces are available to buy via The Dhama Door website.
The Knotted Ropes is an Etsy shop located in Vietnam. Owner, Lea Lancry, creates timeless pieces, both small and large, that add a boho-modern feel to your home.
Lea especially loves to work closely with customers to design one-of-a-kind fiber art for homes, business, and fashion.
Cloudy Mountain Macrame is based in Georgia and the owner specializes in handwoven macrame wall hangings, plant hangers, dip-dyed macrame, macraweaves, and woven tapestries, at an affordable price.
Fully self-taught, you can expect high-quality artisanship, eco-friendly materials, and authentic designs.
Honey is the name of the owner of Knotted Honey and she uses ethically sourced, quality 100% Australian cotton and natural dyes to create her beautiful fiber art.
All the Knotted Honey’s driftwood is sourced and sanded by hand to make unique one-off pieces.
With lots of soft pinks, blues and terracotta, the macrame artworks are uniquely feminine.
Honey’s shop can be found on Etsy. She also makes earrings, coin purses and is open to taking custom orders.
Erin Barrett of SunWoven is a self-taught weaver who creates lovely wall hangings from her home studio in Charleston, South Carolina.
A handcrafted collection of one-of-a-kind wall hangings has been created by her for West Elm.
Ranging in size from 16″ to 30″ in height, Erin uses a lap loom to handweave her creations using wool and cotton yarn and metallic ribbon.
Timeyard is a brand that sells macrame wall hangings via Amazon. They are made with cotton rope and wooden dowel and are very affordable.
Mkono is another Amazon brand that has a similar offering to Timeyard, however they have a slightly larger range with some interesting pieces.
Macrame wall hangings can be a big investment, or a small sum depending on what impact you want to make in your home. Furthermore, if you look at macrame wall hangings as artworks they will potentially stay with you for many years to come.