As soon as we sit down to art, we engage in the same kind of procedure as when we design our interiors. We believe form, we are intimately connected to our stuff and we all do it because it grounds us in our sense of place.
Crafting has always been popular in interiors because we thrive on being surrounded by objects together with a human link. And now fiber arts are enjoying a new spin round the house, in creative and graphic reinterpretations of classic techniques and substances.
Have a look at these innovative takes on classic crafting.
A minimalist room is injected with color, form and texture with one picture quilt.
This isn’t your mother’s macramé! Take things one step further and drape your space in fiber. While this probably would be impractical in your living space, it may be a whimsical way to liven up an event.
Crafts are often handed down through generations. Reimagine your grandmother’s quilt by letting it hang out on an eclectic couch.
Graham and Green
Suzanis are not typically quilted, but both textiles are hugely popular right now, so why not combine them into a gorgeous showstopper?
Crocheting has a place in the freestanding house at the head of the table. With all these chances, it is not possible to run out of ways to utilize it.
Hexrug Rug or Wall Hanging – $150
This felt carpet touches on a lot of current trends: geometrics, vivid colours and also a nod to a ombré effect. Plus, it is made of one of the most versatile materials out there.
This crocheted patchwork rug softens modern furnishings and modern architecture.
This crocheted bedspread adds a reserved elegance to a dorm room and might be a reminder of house in addition to a hot blanket.
Inform us : What is your relationship with crafts? Are the handmade things in your house some of the most important items?