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Macrame Lighting Installations

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Macrame Lighting Installations

January 13, 2012

Sometimes a tangled web is a good thing, as in these knotted macrame installations spotted recently, which feature an appealing spontaneity.

Above: A macrame installation by Smalltown at Avido Restaurant and Wine Garden in Australia.

Above: Smalltown used double-braid polyester for the installation.

Above: A macrame installation by SL Design for the Postcard Inn in Florida.

Above: A knotted rope curtain at the Ace Hotel in Palm Springs by Michael Schmidt Studios. For another approach to macrame as decor, see Macrame by Sally England in Portland, Oregon.

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