Incorporate Textile Into Your Home


Recently, Redfin, a full-service real estate brokerage, reached out to me, asking if had any advice for homeowners on designing homes with textiles.

If you have followed me for a while, you know that I love incorporating crocheted works into my home as decor pieces - as my latest design the "Pumpkin Wreath".


Here's my quote in the article:


"Add a crocheted piece to your home such as a beautiful and cozy granny square blanket that adds a pop of color to your living room or delicate decorations such as wall hangings, baskets, mobiles, or stuffed toys. You can also try the indoor plant trend by styling your vases with crocheted cotton covers. Lastly, consider personalizing your own outdoor space with hand-stitched projects like cushion covers and rugs made with durable outdoor yarn." – Elisa’s Crochet



Here is a little sneak peek into the article...but I strongly suggest you to read all the great tips and advices from all the textile experts!!


Original Blog Post: Redfin.com/blog


"Incorporating textiles into your home is an easy way to add a touch of elegance to your interior design. More so, unique pieces can introduce color in a way that your home has never seen before and serve as a focal point that guests are sure to ask about. There are many methods of creating textiles from knitting to weaving. However, one thing remains true: textiles are sure to bring beauty to any space.


If you are looking to add textiles to your home, we’re here to help. Redfin reached out to experts across North America, from West Chester, PA to Fernie, BC, including us, to give you our best tips. From decorating your walls with a nordic rya rug to having a custom piece created, keep reading to see what we had to say. Check out From Crochet to Macrame: Experts Share the Best Ways to Incorporate Textile Into Your Home."


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