Rope isnâ€™t just the preferred material of sailors and hillbillies. In measured doses, it adds a charmed, rustic flair to any dÃ©cor.Â Here are our favorite rope pieces for your wall, floor and more.
Lighting youâ€™ll want to lassoâ€”the Riata Lamp from Anthropologie. $168.
If you paid attention during rope tying lessons in your Scouts days, then you can probably fashion one of these knotted doorstops yourself. For the rest of us, thereâ€™s this version from Haus Interior. $50.
Terrain calls this the â€˜Suspended Crate Shelf.â€™ I call it the â€˜Poor Manâ€™s Pot Rack.â€™ $38.
This easy-to-hang rope mirror from QVC would look great in a small bathroom or entryway. $59.46.
Rope door mats, like this woven one from Brook Farm General Store, can take a beating and still look tops. $35.
As a child, I had a reoccurring dream that I married a lighthouse keeper. In this dream, there was most definitely a rope clock like this on the wall. $80.99 on Amazon.
These loose-form rope handles would look right at home on a whitewashed dresser. $12 each from Anthropologie.