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.

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joleee wrote:Nov 8, 2013
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    Thanks for your question. They are custom made. The color is called spa... which is not helpful. Best, Mary
kjmostofi wrote:Jan 14, 2013
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    Thanks for your inquiry... it's sisal. You can buy it at most hardware stores.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

fredalbert
Fred Albert added this to Feeling Knotty? Add a Little Rope to Your DecorJul 2, 2014

A sisal sash keeps these curtains in place. The rope is affixed to the wall with a common boat cleat.

killyscheer
Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Small Gestures Make a Big ImpactMar 4, 2012

Make the Ordinary ExtraordinaryIt doesn't have to be fancy to be fabulous. This decidedly pedestrian cleat is inexpensively dressed up by a cleverly used rope as a tieback for the curtain.See other ways to use rope as a decorative accent

What Houzzers are commenting on:

bawana11
Willy Bawana added this to Outside The BoxApr 1, 2018

Or tie back your curtains like this

april_maskiewicz_cordero
April Maskiewicz added this to april_maskiewicz's IdeasJan 13, 2018

not this actually. but use rope somewhere

bekah2357
bekah2357 added this to Wish ListJun 21, 2017

I like the clear and rope idea to holding the curtains!

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