Fiber Art: Weave This Decorative Trend Into Your Home Decor

Forget the macrame and fur decor of the 1970s and '80s. Today's handcrafted fiber art and decor has a fresh look that adds instant coziness and a touch of Bohemian chic to any home.

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Woven Wall Hanging

Global Rug

Rattan Rug Turned Wall Art

Fur Throw

Macrame Hanging

Macrame Mobile

Statement Art

Sheepskin With a Colorful Twist


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Baby Soft

Woven Rug

Subtle Texture

Cozy Throw

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Boho Seating

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