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Anchor Bar , Los Angeles

Inspired by nautical elements, this bar is located in a private home in Malibu, California. I used thick twine as the tie back for the window panels and used a cleat in place of a hook.

—  Houzz

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kjmostofi wrote:Jan 14, 2013
What kind of rope is this?

- Is this Manila or sisal or what?

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    Dailinger Designs
    Thanks for your inquiry... it's sisal. You can buy it at most hardware stores.
joleee wrote:Nov 8, 2013
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    Dailinger Designs
    Thanks for your question. They are custom made. The color is called spa... which is not helpful. Best, Mary
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