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Roping It In: Stylish Rope Furnishings for Your Home

Published on : Aug 5th 2016, Friday
Trend Type : Regional
Category : Residential

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Rope furnishings add an earthy and rustic touch to every home. Having been featured in homes around India for centuries, interior designers today have also begun to feature this material in a lot of their home improvement projects. Not only is this a fairly inexpensive material to play around with, it is versatile enough to be showcased in a variety of home décor initiatives, furnishings and is today, one of the hottest design trends on the scene. We’re showing you a few amazing home decorating ideas you can ‘rope in’ and use this natural and versatile fabric.
Lackadaisical Lighting 
Rope themed lighting accents are one of the most popular current home design trends on the scene. These artistic and modern interior design ideas add a special dreamy charm to any space with its soft and warm amber light.
Pendant lights, lampshades, hanging lanterns, which look great both indoors and outdoors, tea light holders and candle stands – there is so much scope for this neat interior decorating idea.
Arty Accents 
Remember the versatility we mentioned? So wide is the reach of this material, that it features even as artistic accents in and around your home in the form of bottle warmers, baskets, bowls, pen holders, coasters, mirror frames, vases, wind chimes, drawer handles or pulls and more.
With options like weaving, braiding and dyeing the rope, the proverbial list, like the possibilities, is truly endless. 
Kitchen Furnishing 
Rope accents find their way into the heart of the home as well. Table mats, cutlery holders, napkin rings, bread baskets – you name it, this rustic material features all over the place.Rope is great for kitchen furnishings as it can be as durable or disposable as you would want it to be. 
Rustic Furniture 
Wicker may be the prime choice for interior designers trying to achieve a woodsy, homely look, but rope isn’t far behind in the running. Wooden chairs or stools, up-cycled into modern rope furniture, are a hot design trend that you won’t want to miss out on. Many interior designers today are even taking up-cycling to another level, by transforming discarded everyday products such as old tires into ottomans and stools.  
Rugs, Throws and Mats
Some of the most contemporary home décor ideas today involve making use of materials like jute and rope for rugs, throws and mats. These natural fibres are more sustainable and look chic and ethnic. Available in a myriad of hues, these accents add that much-needed pop of colour to any room in your home. 
Nifty Room Dividers
A rope wall might just be the perfect option for those people looking to divide a small room, without actually closing it off completely,as is the case with traditional room dividers. This cost-effective space saver is a great combination of functionality and art. 
With these creative interior design ideas involving the material of the millennium, you can add an understated ethnic and rustic drama to your living space.  

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