Macrame Plant Hanger

by Turquoise Boutique Studio

AED 180.00AED 209.00

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Two of our favorite things joined together: plants and macrame!

A Macrame Plant Hanger is a unique boho chic accent for any type of indoor or outdoor set-up, perfect to set off your favorite plant!

Macrame Length: approx. 120 cms
100% White or Black Cotton Rope

This listing is just for the macrame hanger.

Macrame is the art of knotting cord or string in patterns to make decorative articles. We favor simple, modern patterns and hope you like them too! We welcome your inquiries for custom projects and offer this same project dip dyed and painted terracotta pots.

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Weight1 kg
Dimensions25 × 10 × 5 cm

black, White, Dip Dyed


Turquoise Boutique Studio ships from Dubai, United Arab Emirates

1st itemEach additional item
United Arab Emirates courierAED 25.00Free

Free collection from ,Dubai.
Full address shall be messaged to you after you place your order.

Shop polices

If you're happy, we're happy. That about sums up our policies. :) Currently we only ship within UAE.

Turquoise Boutique Studio

Hiya! We love bringing the creative do-it-yourself spirit to the Middle East with inventive DIY kits for all ages. Creativity made easy, unlimited by skill level, age, technique or DIY genre, so you can “Make Your Own Happy!”

Don't have the time to invest today? We also offer you fab completed & custom handmade items too.

Turquoise Boutique Studio promotes the creative do-it-yourself spirit in the Middle East, making it easy for people of all ages to be creative in their everyday life and during special occasions. We also offer DIY workshops and event activities around the region. 

We are super excited to share our love of DIY with you, in whatever format is convenient for you today... whether you make your own project with a DIY kit or you leave the heavy creative lifting to us this time with a custom project.

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