Macrame Wall Hanging by Emily Barton (Barton Craft & Design) seen at Private Residence, Waco - Rainbow Macrame and Weaving Wall Hanging
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Rainbow Macrame and Weaving Wall Hanging

This piece was custom made for a room that Joanna Gaines designed for the Herrera Family on season 5 of Fixer Upper. The episode was the series finale "The American House." I painted an ombre wall and made this custom wall hanging for their daughter's rainbow inspired bedroom.
inPrivate ResidenceWaco, TX

Meet the Creator

Emily often incorporates several techniques such as crocheting, macramé, knitting and weaving in her work. Materiality holds an importance in her design process. You can often find metal and fiber used in combination throughout her designs. She strives to create a beautiful balance between soft, rigid, and a little bit of shine.

Emily also often naturally hand dyes yarns she uses in her work with botanical dyes. She enjoys the process of connecting with nature through her work by foraging or collecting the plants herself before creating the botanical dyes. As the daughter of a florist and a chemist, Emily loves to combine her love of nature and her fascination with the chemical process to create one of a kind colors for her work.

Emily currently lives in Greenville South Carolina. When She’s not making jewelry or fiber art for Barton Craft & Design, she’s an installation and display artist. You can check out her large scale work at www.emilybartondesign.com