The rope can also be very interesting decoration. The rope always looks right for summer, lending a nautical air to whatever it touches. And who doesn’t love the nautical look?
The rope looks on the bookshelf is as natural as on the deck. As proof that it is stylish bookends.
Lamp shade with rope base
In the hands of the designer, the rope has acquired a new significance: the texture and color fit perfectly as the new clothes for the lamp base.
Simple kitchen chairs look stylish with a new rope design.
This is my absolute favorite decorative use for rope: Coiled coasters. This is one of those crafts that barely need any instructions, because it is that simple. Just snip a length of rope, then coil into a spiral, gradually adding hot glue to the coil to keep things secure.
You can use this rope-coiling method to also make larger mats and trivets, just make sure to be generous with the hot glue.
Wraping pots with the rope we will leave the attractiveness of natural clay, adding a variety of textures and colors.
This rug is beautiful (he looks like a rug in front of a house by the sea), and a rope holds the dirt.
Marine Theme Dinner can emphasize such interesting napkin rings. These simple napkin rings look fun and unusual.
Hooks for pillows
Add comfort and accent your dining room with pillows, hung on rope hooks to the wall near the chairs or benches.
Blue rope on white lamp simulates the sailor stripes, thus emphasizing the Mediterranean style of the dining room.
If you have a large flower pot and you want to put it in a prominent place, but a pot is old and ugly, refresh the pot with the help of this simple method: wrap it with twine.