Modern, handmade macrame featuring soft cotton and rustic driftwood offers an easy way to create a light, calming environment in your home this summer. Plus, given the nature of all things handmade, each piece is individual and unique, and no two are ever exactly the same. It's amazing how a one-of-a-kind, custom-created piece of handcraft can elevate what you love about your favorite space to a whole new level.
Check out these summer macrame wall hangings and hanging planters, new from the HSFN studio:
Want one like this? The Macrame Yarn Banner on Driftwood is available in the HSFN Etsy shop.
Love this one? Find the waving-wheat macrame wall panel in the HSFN Etsy shop.
The recent macrame hanging planter class at Tulsa's west elm was a hit! Want to learn the basics of macrame and make your own hanging planter? Sign up for the next HSFN macrame class.
Maybe a DIY kit is more your speed. Pick out your DIY macrame kit, complete with how-to guide by yours truly, in the HSFN Etsy shop.
Gotta love a good plant pouch. Get yours.
Twins! I loved working on this custom order for a pair of pieces of this style.
The most recent drop of custom-made, one-of-a-kind hanging planters for Retro Den in Tulsa, each featuring a vintage/recycled wood or glass planter.
Want to know more about how to care for your air plants? Check out Retro Den's guide to air-plant care.
What's not to love about these teeny, two-inch planters? They inspire me to make long, elaborate, mini plant hangers for them—the more ornate, the better. Several of these are now available at Retro Den in Tulsa.
I am available to work on your idea for a custom, handmade macrame piece. Visit my Etsy shop to get started. You can also take a class and begin your own macra-mazing journey.