15/04/2016
Changing the way you cover your walls.

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Fashion Journal

Hunter Gatherer Keeper is an Australian brand changing the way you cover your walls.

The lady behind the brand, Angela Stower, makes macrame creations from high-quality natural cotton rope. With bohemian influences and a vintage feel, Hunter Gatherer Keeper’s designs explore texture and shape through exciting design.

In the online store you’ll find plant hangers, wall art and dream catchers, all made from woven knots. Designs primarily come in neutral hues, adding subtle detail to your home.

Others include brighter highlights like aqua and muted pink, if you’re looking for something a little more eye-catching. 

huntergathererkeeper.com

This feature was originally published in Fashion Journal issue 156. You can read the full issue here.

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