Time for the Love of Clotheslines

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What is it about clothelines that feel so romantic, ephemeral, and dreamy? I totally grew up with a dryer and living in Park Slope, Brooklyn, I can't exactly string my clothes up to the adjacent building. But I crave those sweet little wooden pins, the cotton rope, the gauzy cotton flowing in the breeze…

Waslijn_AriadneI love the mix of 2D and 3D clothing on this line to decorate a girl's bedroom. Found via Studio Tout Petit.

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A clothesline comes in handy when you need to erect a tent. Via P-olaroids.

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Clotheslines work as perfect inspiration boards because they are so changeable. Found via Pinterest.

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I love everything about this little artistic collage of stitching, fabric, embroidery hoops, and a clothesline. By Stephanie Kelly Clark, via Hiving Out.

 

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Ordinary Parent featured this super adorable way to mark your child's month-age.

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Give me a wooden ladder, a chalkboard, tags, a rusted metal urn and a clothesline and you had me at hello. Via Style Me Pretty.

 

February 14, 2013| Decor, DIY Home, Everyday Crafts


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