At first glance, a rope might seem like nothing more than something to tie things together with. But look again – the rough texture of rope is perfect for adding dimension to a coastal home or interiors with a nautical theme. This fun accessory can even tie an entire look together!
Take a look below at how rope is used to tie in texture in these rooms.
We just love the clean lines of this dining room. With color and clutter kept to a minimum, the textures in this room are much more obvious, including the over-sized rope wall art and drift wood center piece.
A looped rope handrail adds wonderful contrast to the straight lines created by white wainscoting and pine floor boards in the entryway of a seaside cottage.
There are a number of other ways to tie the texture of rope into a room. The addition of an actual rope and knot in the upper corner of the Outdoor Sunbrella Anchor Pillow gives it a whimsical touch of dimension.
Excellent for parties or entertaining, our set of Tin Trays with Rope Handles will add a nautical touch to any party. We especially love the contrasting textures of this serving piece.
Drawing inspiration from South Carolina’s past, the custom Barnwood and Rope Square Chandelier will create a unique look in any home, be it a farmhouse in the country or a beachside cottage.
Our cheerful, hand-painted Lobster Buoy Lumbar pillow would not be complete without a loop of rope at the top. It’s great for hanging from a door knob or banister.
What are your favorite ways to add texture in a room? Do you use rope accents or other textures to complete the look? Share them with us in a comment below.