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Crochet Home Decor Trends

What comes to mind when you hear crochet home decor? Your grandma’s granny square afghan thrown over the back of the couch? A plain pillow with no character? Today’s top trends include so much more than what you typically conjure in your mind when you hear the phrase crochet home decor.

Below you will find beautiful home decor ideas from the wonderful world of crochet. A lovely, long time art form that is once again finding it’s way in homes around the globe.

The pictures are just examples and are not what you will see if you click on any of the links, with the exception of the elephant rug.

a bedroom with a corner of the bed showing and a crochet elephant rug on the floor
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Crochet Rugs

A superbly crafted animal rug to adorn your floor. The intricately designed ears help to make this a show stopper for any room in your home. You can find the pattern for this at Irarottpatterns

a mason jar of flowers on top of a crochet doily sitting on top of a table
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Speaking of intricately designed, I remember my mother crocheting fancy doilies with crochet thread and a small hook. Doilies are a top trend today because they can be used under vases and lamps, or on their own to dress up a table. Some extremely talented designers attach them inside hoops to hang on a wall. For examples of the latter, check out @kimhaaktcrochet on Instagram. Her work is stellar.

a white crochet pillow with pineapples on it sitting on a chair with a plant next to it
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Out with the old, plain, boring pillows. In with the fun designs, like this pineapple pillow. Tapestry crochet is also a fun and trendy way to add a word/words or design to your pillow. Adding textures or flowers to is also a way to stand out from the crowd. Find one in my shop Here.

crochet plant hanger hanging on a brick wall
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Plant Hangers

Plants are beneficial to have, not only for aesthetics, but they help freshen up your home. What better way to display them than in a beautifully crafted plant hanger. Air plant holders are the rage right now. Don’t know what they are? Check them out at YarnsongCreations

 crochet basket with yarn in it sitting on a stool
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Baskets and Pots

Baskets and Pots! So many uses. For us crocheters, they are invaluable for holding some of our tremendous yarn stash. They are also useful to store extra towels in the bathroom in a tidy but pleasing way. Pots are a pleasant way to dress up plants or for holding essential make-up brushes or gathering up your pens and pencils to keep your desk tidy. Click Here for a set of Practically Perfect Petit Pots. Even the name is fun to say!

a hand holding a mason jar in front of a sunset with fireflies flying around it
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Mason Jar Cozies

Mason jars are not just for catching fireflies. Crochet a lacy cozy, add some lights inside, and you have a one of a kind accent piece that’s sure to be a conversation starter. Check out AliKnitsCo. She has some gorgeous ones.

a hand holding a crochet wall hanging attached to a ring placed in front of a wall
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Wall Hangings

You are probably familiar with macrame wall hangings, but how about crochet wall hangings. With so many different ways to make and display them, you are sure to have a unique piece to compliment your own particular style. For an example of what’s out there, check out this shop: Juniper & Oakes

a cotton plant
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Made from Cotton

Let’s not forget about cotton and the least talked about room in your house. The bathroom. What is pleasing to the eye and eco-friendly? The Cotton Washcloth, of course. Handmade is always better. Lovely colors, textured stitches, softness on your skin, and reusable, what more could you ask for? How about an eco-minded shop to get your eco-friendly cloths? Click here: Eco-minded Stitches

There are so many beautiful crochet home decor ideas and talented designers. I hope you will check some of them out. You can find a unique, high quality item for your home and support a handmade seller in the process. It’s a win win!

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  1. Erin

    How did I miss you linking to my shop! Thank you for the love. Feel free to include me anytime.

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