Macrame Light Shopping Guide. (5 Macrame DIY, plus 18 To Buy)…
What do you think of the macrame craze? You down? I have to say I’m still not overly enthused about the wall tapestries or plant hangers. The plant hangers mostly because I kill all plants.
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But one thing I’m REALLY loving is great macrame light. A woven chandelier or a covered cord can be such a fun design element. It’s attention-grabbing with all the pattern, but not over the top because of the modest, neutral color.
If you’re more apt to try a DIY macrame light project, here are a couple great posts and tutorials about that very thing!
(6) DIY Macrame Light Projects:
I have NEVER tried to macrame. But after seeing these tutorials, I gotta tell you, I’m very tempted to try…how about you?
Geneva from A Pair and a Spare DIY has a comprehensive tutorial to show you how to make this amazing DIY light.
Mandi from Vintage Revivals shows you how to DIY this macrame cord cover, which she pairs with a completely awesome and HUGE light bulb to make a trendy pendant light.
We made a super easy boho / faux macrame DIY light fixture from an inexpensive rug and an old, ugly boob light. The project takes less than 20-minutes, and it’s a GREAT, on-trend way to cover that unsightly boob light issue you’ve got hanging in your hallway. #winwin
Nicki shows you how to DIY this pendant using a cage light as the structural base.
Wool & The Gang has a video tutorial for a macrame cord cover using a slightly different technique as the one by Mandi, above. Also, this company makes several macrame pendant kits for purchase, if you’re interested in any seen below.
You don’t need to know how to macrame to try this boho-chic lighting hack! Just buy a shade, and get ready to say buh-bye to that grody-to-the-max boob light in your house!
This hack will take less than 10-minutes, and you will have improved your lighting situation by 1000%. That’s a pretty amazing return on the DIY investment, I’d say!
Here’s a little video overview of this simple boho-chic lighting hack!
That takes care of our DIY light options. And now, for the ones you can buy instead of DIY!
The price tag for most of these is really reasonable! Many are under $100. Most are under $200. Not bad for a statement light!!
To see details about any of these lighting options, simply click on the image and you’ll be taken to the source. I hope you find one that you ❤️!
18 Macrame Lights to Buy:
Interested in lighting projects? Check out some of our other ideas, too!
Pin this post for later! And if you make one, leave a comment (or better yet, a photo) on the pin! That helps others know whether they want to try this project, too!