Do you know how to make macrame plant hanger designs?
One of the things that you can do to make a space look more inviting is by incorporating lots of plants. Houseplants are inexpensive and easy ways to instantly bring some texture, a pop of color, and life into a space. They can make a new space feel much homier too.
Macrame plant hanger designs are resurrecting from the ’70s and are making its way as fantastic ways to put your plants on display, whether it is indoor or outdoor. Macrame, or the art of knotting rope, is a trendy way to make boho-chic inspired plant hangers.
DIY Macrame Plant Hanger Designs
Making your own macrame plant hanger may seem daunting at the beginning, but once you know what the basics are, they are very easy to make! Here are some DIY macrame plant hanger projects that you can incorporate in your home.
If you want to separate the spaces in your open floor area, you can install some pots and plants to make the space look elaborate and fancy. Arrange the pots in various heights to add dimension.
A Modern Twist
The combination of ropes, straws, and threads can make the space look more creative and lively. You can play with colors and patterns too.
Greenery Wall With Succulents
Succulents are very trendy nowadays. These plants add vigor to any space and freshen up the atmosphere.
Hanging pots near the bed are quite unusual but they add a unique touch to your bedroom. Add some small wooden beads to the hanger and they can be an extremely catchy centerpiece.
Fresh Herbs By The Kitchen Worktop
Using pots with parsley and rosemary in the kitchen is not only creative, but it is also fully functional too. Choose rustic ceramic pots that can pair with your plates and utensils and you can use fresh herbs for your cooking every time.
How To Make A Macrame Plant Hanger
Are you a beginner? Don’t worry! In this video, you will know how to create a simple macrame plant hanger where you can showcase your favorite plant for everyone to see!
What macrame plant hanger designs do you think you will make? Tell us about your macrame projects in the comments section below!