Macrame is having a serious moment in the world of DIY. It’s an old school craft, made popular in the ’70s billed as a quick and easy way to create textiles for the home. Today, it’s taking a new turn in the form of metallic hanging planters, neon fabric bowls, and now, this stunning Copper and Cotton Macrame Wall Hanging.

The white and copper color palette is decidedly modern, and would perfectly suit a sort of rustic-meets-hipster aesthetic. Created by Sarah Sherman Samuel for A Beautiful Mess, this hanging is affordable, easy (but time-consuming!) to make, and can easily be customized to any color palette that suits you. See how to make your own right here.

This project featured in this article was created by A Beautiful Mess. This is part of a series on Brit + Co. called Shoutouts, where we curate some of our favorite DIY projects from around the web.

Have you ever done macrame? What did you make? Tell us about your projects in the comments below.