Friday, September 7, 2012

TIGHTROPE

I've always been a fan of nautical style-the rustic charm of nature inspired pieces featuring wood, metal and rope has always been a favorite design element for stylish summer homes. But the look also translates beautifully to everyday interiors with sophisticated shapes and designs that add a fresh, modern approach to any room. I've been inspired by the recent "rope trend" incorporating a jute console in a traditional library setting. The rustic jute gave the room a welcoming lightness. 
Art Moderne style bed by John Himmel will work in both contemporary and traditional designs.
Knoop rope table by Josh Urso is a stylish tangle of modern design.
The jute wrapped Ipanema rope console table by Mecox gardens will compliment any decor.
 Restoration Hardware's Rope Panetarium Chandelier is a modern take on a classic globe shape.

Fun extra seating from a pair of jute ottoman from Homenature.

Ready to wrangle some rope in your interiors?



7 comments:

I Dream Of said...

Throw me a rope! I love the texture and thing it would be a great foil for whites and soft fabrics. Always love a little bit of nautical style.
Happy Friday, Barbara!

michele said...

knoop rope table. ahhhhhh...so much to love there.

you have roped me in once again.

smiles.

michele

The enchanted home said...

Hi Barbara, I love the nautical look too and anything that features chic nautical style gets my vote.
Enjoy your weekend.

Garden, Home and Party said...

Barbara,
There is something so appealing about the nautical style, but the rope chandelier is really great and I could see it in a variety of spaces. Nice images.
Karen

Jamie Herzlinger said...

I am such a fan of the nautical style, and that rope coffee table...breath taking! Thanks for sharing.

Love, Jamie Herzlinger

Donna Vining said...

Love the nautical look as well Barbara! The rope table is amazing!!

Have a great rest of the weekend!
www.donnaviningblog.com

Ideezine said...

Hi Barbara,

I agree in the love of all things that are roped together and nautical style is one of my longtime favorites.