Macrame made modern: at the new Ace Hotel in Shoreditch, London, and the Ace in Portland, OR, we couldn’t help but notice (and admire) the fringed macrame headboards. The work of textile artist Sally England, who grew up in Michigan and studied in Portland, OR, before returning to Grand Rapids to open her macrame studio, the pieces are available by commission. “I feel an attachment to the romantic vibe of the 1960s, which might also explain how I ended up a macrame artist,” she says on The Curated Life.
See more of her work at Sally England.
Above: At the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch, a macrame wall hanging by Sally England brings a bit of the Pacific Northwest to London.
Above two photos: England created this cotton cord headboard for Room 404 at the Ace Hotel in Portland, OR.
Above: A cotton rope headboard for Room 420 at the Ace Hotel in Portland, OR.
Take a tour of the Ace Hotel via our past posts–we’ve visited (and loved) them all. Curious about the just-opened London Ace? Go straight to Design News: Ace Hotel Opens in Shoreditch and Steal This Look: A Room at the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch, London.