17 Of The Best Ways To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

 

Often we associate knitted things with our grandparent’s homes filled with antique furniture, but there are people out there creating awesome modern knitted items that are perfect for any contemporary home.

Here are 17 ideas for adding knitted items to your decor.

 

1. Instead of a typical upholstered sofa or armchair, why not have a knitted version instead?

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

The Mangas Space Collection by Patricia Urquiola for GAN.

2. Add some occasional seating like these cloud-like knitted stools.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

Cloud Stool by Studio Joon&Jung

3. Hang some sculptural knitted lighting in the corner of your room to light it up.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

Knitted hanging light by Ariel Zuckerman.

4. Include a cozy contemporary version of a knitted bean bag chair.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

Knitted Nest by Zilalila.

5. Wrap your hard ceramic or plastic planters in a knitted cozy.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

Knit Planter DIY by the Merrythought.

6. Add a knitted pendant light above your dining room table or work desk.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

Knit Pendent lights by llot llov.

7. This idea isn’t exactly knitting, but it does use yarn to create a unique wall hanging art piece.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

DIY Wall Hanging by FRONT+MAIN

8. Soften a hard bench by adding a knitted sleeve that wraps around it.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

DIY Knit Bench Cozy from Brit & co.

9. Add a playful touch to your decor with a knitted swing.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

DIY Knit Swing by Park & Cube.

10. Instead of a bedside table lamp, you can add a hanging knitted pendant lamp.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

Knitted hanging light by Ariel Zuckerman.

11. Don’t forget your pets might want something comfy to relax in, like this knitted cat bed.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

Cat Bed by bloisem.

12. And for us humans, a chunky knitted throw blanket is the perfect addition to that spot you have to read a book and have a cup of tea.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

Chunky Knit Blanket by Ohhio.

13. If you find your seats a bit hard, soften them up with a knitted seat pad.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

DIY Knit Seat Pad by Lebenslustiger.

14. You can warm up your wood or concrete floors with a knitted rug.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

The Mangas Rug Collection by Patricia Urquiola for GAN

15. Add some knitted stools to your entryway for when you need to sit down to take off your shoes.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

Knitted Stools by Claire-Anne O’Brien.

16. Add some knitted storage baskets to your decor for holding magazines or children’s toys.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

Hand knitted storage bin by hjartslag,

17. Fully commit to your obsession with knitted things by including a knitted armchair and sofa.

How To Add More Knitted Things To Your Home

Knit inspired furniture by Kenneth Cobonpue

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