Rope decoration fits to every room
Rope is one of the most practical and cheapest materials. It has also a great decorative potential. Whether it’s from hemp, linen, cotton, coir, jute, straw or sisal rope has countless options for a unique design in any room. It goes particularly well with the beach style, Western style and eclectic style, but would feel comfortable in other rooms, where natural materials set the tone.
Rope decoration on the stairs – massive floor vase
The vertical rope details in the staircase are a craft that looks like Wicker, and complement the global style of the giant ceramic pretty vase.
Note: If you are skilled and have understanding of design, you make your own DIY project. Measure the start and endpoints, stick the rope with a strong adhesive, and encircle it.
A holiday home on the coast is the ideal place for this rope railing
Note: yacht shop are a great source for all possible goods for working with ropes.
Here you need to buy anything – you can drill only wood
The rope railing in this rustic farmhouse combines stable and sea style. The repetition of the node accentuated the beginning and the end of the staircase, you get the feeling of a cheerful suspension bridge.
This is another great idea and can be used anywhere for open railings
An airy and romantic look in the bedroom
An airy and romantic look with a beach feel is easily achievable in a white room with white grommet curtains, suspended on ropes.
Note: So you can lengthen shorter curtains.
Simple cotton handles get a creative cabins look
The rope are fun and stylish in a nursery shelves
the carpet from cable is a great addition in this living room, he rounds off the ambiance
Note: Glue on rope a round piece of industrial felt or linen.Thin rope, turned around a power cord, looks to hang thicker rope, a funny way pendant.
You can do this look of hanging lights with a rope, decorated with macrame details with hemp rope
Wooden shelves in the nursery