How To Tie Your Loops, Episode 2: Accent Tassel, Basket Weave, Twisted Cord
It's easy to let your space become stagnant if you don't take the time to spice it up a little from time to time - it's healthy to rearrange furniture, swap out art on the walls, and add some new accents to your design every once in a while. With the Loop, refreshing the look of your hanging planters is as easy as choosing a new tie method or swapping out your cord for something more colorful! We're here to share 3 new, gorgeous ways to tie your Loops for your next decor project.
The Accent Tassel hanging style leaves an adorable, asymmetrical bow to one side of your planter, dressing it up in a whimsical fashion! It's also a good mid-range hanging style that doesn't require you to cut your cord shorter. Used here is our Cinnamon Macrame cord.
The Basket Weave hanging style is for those who want to see that gorgeous cord around the entire planter - show off those colors! Used here is our Cinnamon Macrame cord.
The Twisted Cord hanging style is perfect if you can't decide on just one color of cord to use - plus, it doubles the tensile strength of the cords for especially heavy plants (we see you trying to propagate Snake Plants, you know those are going to get heavy!). Pro Tip: For an easier time twisting cords together, try using strong tape or grab a friend to hold onto the ends while you twist and pull them together! Used here is our Cinnamon and Mustard Macrame cords.
There are so many possibilities when it comes to hanging your Loop planters. We hope you enjoy these options! For more ways to tie your Loops, and to browse our collection of Loop hanging planters, visit our About Loop page.