Macrame is the art of knotting, as opposed to weaving, knitting or crocheting, which has been known since the ancient times. This technique was brought to Europe from ancient Assyria and Babylonia. In the Middle Ages, it was mainly used for the decoration of royal robes, while in later centuries it also served for making covers for beds, sofas and armchairs. Macrame regained its popularity in the 1970s.
Using this technique, one can make various items: from plant hangers, through necklaces, wall tapestries, to lampshades... we draw inspiration for their creation from the environment – modern buildings and classic-style interiors. For the production of lampshades using the macrame technique, we use high-quality cotton strings.
There is no doubt that these works of art are hand-made by a skilled craftsman.