Rope is known for its rustic strength and rugged practicality, but perhaps its most surprising quality is its visual appeal around the home.
When you're on a boat, or climbing a cliff face, rope is about as functional a material as you'll come across, but when wrapped around a mirror or decorating a staircase, it's elegant and stylish.
Whether you live in a modern or traditional home, rope fits seamlessly into almost any abode without looking out of place. So whether your design preference is heavily themed or super minimalist, Rope Warehouse are here to show you how to make use of some simple manila or cotton rope to transform any room in your home into a timeless environment that melds practicality with effortless style.
Manila Rope Towel Rail
Chunky manila rope and a few nautical-inspired silver fixtures will look great in any wood panel bathroom.
Rope Wall Hanging Shelf
Floating shelves and invisible fixings are out! Embrace that stylish suspended look with the simple yet very effective wall hanging shelf.
Rope Staircase Bannister
In a staircase arrangement like this, two matching wooden bannisters running up the staircase would be a little uninspired. However, by adding a rope handrail on the wall side acts as a feature piece, adding flare, which really complements the wooden backdrop.
Rope Monkey Fist Vase
Monkey fist knot balls can be used for a lot of things - from dog toys to door stops - but when placed in a vase they take on a whole new purpose...
Take away the smooth, characterless shape of a modern lamp and give it a rustic twist.
Rustic Manila Rope Wooden Candles
Just like a rope lamp, add some personality to your table pieces with this rope-meets-candle idea.
Rope Frame Mirror
Nothing's chic-er than this stunning rope mirror with silver boat cleat hitch wallfixing.
DIY Rope Entry Mat
Any wooden floor would welcome this simple, Mediterranean-style entry mat idea.
Functional and attractive, this soft cotton rope ladder is perfect for adding a more aesthetically pleasing twist to any child's bedroom.