Macramé is back in vogue and with the resurgence of lush indoor plants, we are bringing nature back inside! Indoor plants and macramé is right back on trend, but at Heed Need they never really went out of fashion.
- Being close to nature, even just with indoor plants in your living space can promote positive mental well-being. Plants can reduce stress, are pleasing to the eye and provide better oxygen levels in your home.
- Shinrin-yoku or nature therapy has proven beneficial for both mental and physical health, for example walking in a nearby park or having plants in your home can provide positive changes in the brain's electrical activity, muscle tension and heart activity.
- Macramé is back! It has the appeal of retro style but with an appearance which lends itself perfectly to contemporary interiors and outdoor spaces.
- This 1970s craft of knotting string, yarn, cord or rope into intricate patterns has its roots in ancient Arabia.
- Macramé is also associated with sailors and their penchant for knotting monkey fists and other items they sold at ports, which introduced macrame and knotting to both Asia and western civilization.
These two styles of hanging baskets are made exclusively with jute, a plant fiber and are great for displaying your new Mother-In-laws tongue or Spider plant.
Ring Diameter: Approx.4cm/1.57"
Rope Thickness: 0.4cm/0.15"
Please note these hangers don't come with plants...
Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery due to high demand