Macrame In The Nursery


Decorating the nursery for your baby allows you to look for all sorts of ideas – from what colours to choose to think about what style you will go with.

A trend that seems to be in full force is placing macrame into the nursery.

Macrame has a vintage vibe and can fit in well if you are creating a vintage style nursery, with rattan furniture and big leaf plants.

Think about which pieces you would like to have in the nursery and plan around that.

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Also, think about your own personal style and the style within your home, do you go with bright colours? Bold prints? or prefer neutral tones with natural materials?

The trend of mixing vintage pieces with modern ideas is becoming more and more popular, with contemporary touches in nursery decor.

With painted cribs, printed wallpapers, wall decals, artwork and textiles including macrame making a feature.

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macrame in the nursery

For those of you who need some ideas, take a look at the images below and see if any of the decor ideas appeal to you.

In the nursery, you can add elements to personalise the space, including wallpapers, painted furniture, statement pieces and textiles – you can go subtle or bold depending on your preferences.

Here are a few macrame in the nursery ideas >

*All images found on Pinterest*

Would you use macrame in your little one’s nursery?

Let me know in the comments below.

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  1. First I just want to say I love the idea of macrame in the nursery! Such a beautiful touch. My problem here is that I cant seem to find any patterns for a bassinet or the baby swing…. is there any way you could help me out, point me in the right direction? Please and thank you! It’s something I would love to do for my soon to be daughter…

    1. Hello Annotta, if you search on Pinterest I think you will find many macrame patterns to choose from. There seem to be more DIY posts about macrame for all sorts of projects. I hope that helps 🙂