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The Cosy Stockholm Home of a Macramé Artist

Anyone else feeling like they want to head back to bed today? Or perhaps wrap yourself in cotton wool and curl up on the sofa?! Fanny Zedenius might have the answer. Except we're not talking cotton wool, but rope - and yards, and yards of it! Fanny is a Swedish macramé artist based in Stockholm.  Despite exploring many different crafts, she found her passion in rope and knots in 2014 and started selling handmade macramé art to homes all around the world through her online shop Createaholic soon after.  Last year, Fanny publisher her first book Macramé - the craft of creative knotting for your home.  There's not an inch of Fanny's home without a macramé weave in some shape or form - from poufs and weaved curtains to wall decor and plant hangers. But most strikingly of all, is a studio, where she keeps all her yarn - now that's where I could spend my Monday!

How incredible is the wall hanging above the sofa? Fanny takes custom orders for pieces like this in her shop - I'm pretty tempted!


Fanny's other big love is plants - which can be found in every corner, on every ledge and hanging in every window of her Stockholm apartment!

For those of you sitting in a corporate open-plan office right now and weeping, I hope you'll feel inspired to hear that Fanny's business was born out of a hobby back in 2014. Today she runs a shop and holds creative workshops to spread the 'macramé love'! It just goes to show what you can achieve with a little passion, dedication and determination! Your dream job is waiting for you friends!

Other bohemian style homes to feel inspired by: a relaxed boho home on the edge of a desert7 boho ideas for outdoor spaces (big and small), and the wonderful Topanga Canyon home of Malia Grace Mau.

Have a cosy start to the week!

Niki

Photography: Fanny Zedenius shared with kind permission



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. What an inspiring post. Love the studio. Love the door macrame. now I'm going to pop over to her sites.
    Thanks Bernadette

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  2. As a child of the 60s, I thought I'd had my fill of macrame, but Fanny has done some lovely, fresh things with the craft. I particularly like her use of color in the small pink and yellow wall hanging, and the doorway hanging is delightful.

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  3. Justo iba a comencom lo mismo, cuanta inspiración y buena vibra, me haz dejado con una sonrisa, gracias por eso

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  4. Any info on that sofa?? Thanks!

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