Ever since I was a child, I’ve had an affinity with door decorations. Back then, door hangings were hugely popular in Australia. Lol
So I’ve been keeping a keen eye out to share styles of door decor with you. Door decor can be hugely flexible in style; they can work in traditional setting (see above) or high fashion (see below). They’re one of those accessories that can make a home look very cosy and loved!
I’ve made a curtain for a doorway at my home. It’s made from a table runner that I pinched from my props cupboard, it’s a temporary look I’m loving for now. I say temporary because our home will be renovated soon and I will re-access if the curtain works for me then. Freedom to play and decorate as I wish is how I deliberately choose to show my home love. It’s never about high fashion, it’s more about creating a sanctuary and a space for my family and I, where we feel loved and really at home.
I’m loving the textured look of macrame curtains too. I like the way they add texture to an empty door-well and hide imperfections super well.
I also adore this image by Nicole Valentine, this is from a blog post she wrote on doorway curtains for The Jungalow. It’s a really cute post on entryway decor, you can check it out right here if you were looking for specific bohemian – ideas to make your home look and feel loved.