Dress up your seaside home with a few of these easy nautical rope crafts for the home! All of these easy crafts are perfect for every level of DIYer, and they’ll definitely bring the beach inside!
Wrap nautical rope around the base of your plant stand. Attach the rope with hot glue for the best results!
I love using garland to decorate for the holidays throughout my home, but with this coastal craft I have a garland for every other day of the year! Hang real (or fake) seashells and sea glass from your rope for a sea-inspired craft.
This string art rope craft isn’t just for the coastal home! After you nail in your own pattern, use jute rope to string everything together. Use a mirror from the Dollar Store for a great centerpiece.
Light up your driveway or garden pathways with lights that are made from driftwood and nautical rope. Use outdoor lightbulbs like these for more of a vintage vibe. If you need help cleaning up your driftwood, use this tutorial from my website!
Similar to the first rope craft we featured, this rope lamp is just a different shade! Dye your own rope, or purchase it for yourself here. Just like the first one, wrap the rope tightly around the base of the lamp and secure with hot glue.
Welcome visitors with a wreath wrapped in jute rope and linen ribbon! Use a stencil to write out your desired message with white (or cream) latex paint.
Wrap cork coasters (you can buy these in bulk on Amazon) in nautical rope. Use a anchor stencil or stamp (both can be purchased from here) to complete the look.
Brighten up a boring dresser with nautical rope as the drawer pulls. Attach them to the furniture hardware, or wrap the nautical rope though the drawers for more of a permanent fix.
When wound correctly, these rope bowls can last a lifetime, while storing all of your knick knacks! Wouldn’t this look fantastic on a nightstand or a living room side table?
Apothecary jars are one of my favorite things to decorate with! Make them fit your coastal home by wrapping rope around the base of your glass jars. Fill them with items you’ve found on the beach, or use this vase filler from Michaels.
Tea lights and mason jars have never looked as good as they do right now! Wrap twine around the outsides of your jars, and hang them from a ceiling. If the wind isn’t too crazy, I think these would look beautiful on a porch!
Make every photo seem like it was taken on a vacation with a rope-lined picture frame. Glue on seashells for even more of a coastal touch!
Find the tutorials for these DIY crafts for the home on the following websites:
Idea #1, #7, #8 , #12 from Completely Coastal
Idea #2, #3, #4, #5, from Homeesthetics
Idea #6 from Pinterest
Idea #9 from Pinterest
Idea #10 from DIY n Crafts
Hanging Candle Holders from Pinterest