Macrame and weaves are back from the seventies, and how! Prepare yourself to see more of the artisan pieces in interior design coming season. In eastern and African cultures where handicrafts and artisan craftsmanship is more prevalent, it never left, but in the western cultures it died a silent death in the eighties. The current ethnic influences and DIY trend in home decor re-introduced the traditional folkloric art pieces, sometimes with a modern or sophisticated twist to it. Wall tapestry is back with a vengeance!
Mimi Jung makes beautiful chic weaves that pair well with any home decor style. She use minimalist patterns and neutral, calming colours.
Barcelona based RanRan makes fresh and gorgeous designs
The trend is also mixed with other design trends like ombre and wooden beads
Maryanne Moodie goes for colourful designs. Her tapestries are inspired by contemporary art, couture, architecture and her nostalgia of days gone by with new and surprising details. You can buy her designs in her Etsy shop.
For a burst of colour in your interior head over to Alicia Scardetta‘s designs. She works with ropes of wool and silk in vibrant colours.
How to style it in your decor
Weave wall hangings are like art pieces. You can hang them in any space: above a side table, on an accent wall, as a head board above your bed, or above a console as a focal point. Depending on the style of your space you can match the weave accordingly.