3 Crochet Ideas for Your Home Decor

By Tameko Barnette – 4 Comments

Decorating the home can be a fun experience, but we’ve had moments where decorating the home can be a daunting task. Coming up with new ideas, especially if you’re an experimentalist like me, can help make the experience a lot better. This time around I put together my favorite three crochet ideas for your home decor.

Here we go…

1. Pictures. Hanging up those darn picture frames can be lots of fun with all the nailing and hammering going on. However, I have found that jazzing up how I hang up the picture can be loads of fun. You can create a long crocheted piece to hang your pictures on the wall. Chain a piece that’s long enough for your picture to reach the height and balance you require for your wall, then single crochet stitch the length of the chain. Doing this will help the hanger hold the picture securely on the nail and make sure there’s enough thickness to help with balance of the picture. You can attach your single crochet chain to the back of your picture in a way that works for your picture frame. You can even color coordinate the crochet hanger to match the colors in the picture or the room in which the picture will be placed.

2. Plants. There are a lot of plant lovers in the world. Many people love to have live plants hanging either outside on the house or inside the house or both. You can try a crochet pattern for a plant hanger to use for your favorite plants and flowers to hang up from the ceiling in your kitchen or living room. You can even hang them up on the front and back porch ceilings. So, give this a try when you start to contemplate putting your live plants up inside or outside.

3. Rugs. Whether you live in a big old house or a cute little apartment, nothing says home like a lovely rug in your living room or your din area. There are a lot of crochet rug patterns available for you to try. We are always crocheting afghans, blankets, and such for topical use. Just recently I discovered crochet rug patterns.

One of the things I have found really adds to the experience of home living and the experience of crochet is creating items specifically for the home. It gives your home a truly ‘homemade’ feel that you just can’t buy out of any store. Imagine the joy you’d feel when a friend or a relative asks, “Where did you buy this?” and you can brightly answer, “I made it myself.”

It’s like good home cookin’. It’s warm. It’s inviting. It’s made with lots of love.

Happy Crocheting!

“A home is made of walls and beams. A home is built with love and dreams.” – Anonymous

Do you have some ideas for crochet home decor or pics of your home decor creations? Please feel free to share them here. We’d love to hear from you!

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  1. Lane † says:

    Pillows are another great idea along with coasters. I’ve made a few coasters and we have them lying around our house. Kitchen cloths are cute as well! I’ve also crocheted some arm chair covers as well. Those were a lot of fun since I was able to experiment with different colors.

  2. Sarah Dee says:

    I don’t know if I would use yarn to hang pictures, as it may not be strong enough and will probably stretch.

    Another idea: I am actually making a beanbag chair with yarn scraps using a difference colour for each round. I’m just making 2 giant “semi-spheres” (is that the word?) and sewing them together in the middle with a zipper to insert styrofoam beans. It uses up a lot of yarn, so if your looking to decrease your stash size, it’s a great project.

  3. Asprin says:

    I’m currently making a cushion cover for a Aunt.

    You can never have too many cushions.

  4. nisha says:

    i made a frame using a wire (pipe cleaner) to make a circle by joining both the ends
    then single crochet around the circle. then i gave a shell edging around, it looks fabulous
    after u finish the frame u can stick a picture behind the frame and hang it with the pin on the wall or put the magnet and make it a fridge magnet.
    i also made a beautiful pink and white flower bouquet for my center table.

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