|Want these? Get at me and I'll get them for you.|
As you know I love nautical design--I love a good anchor motif and I've been seeing lots of rope everywhere. Rope is the ultimate nautical motif; knots, rope wrapped lamps and tables. I'm seeing it everywhere and loving it. The texture is forgiving and rustic.
|South of Market side table. SO chunky!|
|This bench is from Shades of Light and super affordable! Under $1000! Am I jaded?|
|1st Dibs whimsical rope sconces. Vintage rope lights are usually from the 60's.|
|Vintage Rope lamps from 1st Dibs. Fabulous.|
|Don't want vintage? This Arteriors lamp is super affordable too and great for a kid's room or costal living room.|
|Ro Sham Beaux Rope wrapped lantern. Obsessed.|
|The sink is a little weird here but I love the rope wrapped mirrors. Want a rope wrapped mirror? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Image: Brown Contracting on Houzz.|
|Sailing motif!! I'm not only obsessed with rope wrapped furniture but I love the idea of using rope as the stair balusters attached with a cleat. From Houzz as well.|
|Nicole Hollis used rope to wrap the balusters of the stairs. Rope and a glue gun is really all you need.|
|Instead of having regular hardware you can make huge knots as the drawer pulls and knobs on the doors. It sure adds a more relaxed look to this hard edged but beautiful bathroom. SB Architects.|
|This may be the coolest chair I've ever seen. Its in the Holly Hunt Showroom.|
Well it's clear that I love this rope wrapped trend. You could even take something with an awful finish and DIY wrap that sucker and have a completely new looking piece. So now. Like it and want it? Contact me and I can lead you to it. What do you guys think? Weird or lovely?