From a hanging over baby’s cradle as a protection from nightmares, to being used for weddings, art installations and popular home decor item - dreamcatchers have come a long way. This handcrafted object is essentially a hoop with a woven web of sinew strands with feathers, beads, and crystals attached. Stuff dreams are made of, literally! These Indian brands will make you the most gorgeous dreamcatchers you have ever laid your eyes on.
Follow Your Dreams: Bookmark These Brands For Stunning Dreamcatchers
The Hippie Vibes
If you want the most hippiest and pinterest-y catchers, look no further than The Hippie Vibes. Low-level seating? Check. Cozy cushions? Check. Multi-coloured rug? Check. Plants, plants and more plants? Check. Now all you need to do to turn your bedroom into a Bohemian haven, is get yourself a big, classic all-white, and beautifully beaded macrame dream catcher from The Hippie Vibes. You can even club the small and big ones together to create a striking wall installation.
The Tassle Life
Accessorize your teenager’s room with a colourful tassled dreamcatcher from The Tassle Life. Tassels actually add a contemporary chic twist to this traditional hanging. Check out the flamingo printed one in shades of pink and white, or the popsicle printed catcher in teal. These can make for wonderful gifts too.
The interesting thing about Soul Works is that they integrate several art forms and cultures to bring you dreamcatchers that resonate with your inner being. Their handmade beauties can be placed in any space of your home to be used as energy filters. Good vibes only. The stunning golden tree of life dreamcatcher is a great piece to have near your workstation to welcome the vibration of abundance and positivity.
Already a fan of Accessory Funk's light-weight, quirky jewellery, and now their dreamcatchers are my newest love. They make catchers in a lot of different forms - from decor and car hangings, to earrings and keychains. Not yet ready to commit to a big wall hanging? Start small with their dainty dreamcatcher keychains. I have my eyes on a pretty dragonfly one that can even double up as a bag charm.
The Macrame Corridor
The Macrame Corridor’s dreamcatchers are a work of art. Handcrafted and eco-friendly, these macrame hangings can get your wall from blah to beautiful in a jiffy. Take for instance the floral dreamcatcher with a bunch of tissue flowers on the side, done in hues of violet, this one is a beauty. Another one is the golden leaf dreamcatcher, crafted from wooden wrath and macrame cords. It’s vibrant, shimmery and oh-so-festive!
Dreamcatchers doesn’t have to be for the bedroom only. New Leaf makes dreamcatcher-like hangings from actual hoops, and oh boy, are these quirky! There’s a colourful one with tassels and an embroidered hoop that reads ‘pyar vibes only’. Another one has everyone’s favourite muse Frida Kahlo with the lines ‘work on you for you’. Add one of these to your personal space and it will do all the talking for you!
Catch Thy Dreams
Catch Thy Dreams can customize any dreamcatcher design for you. Be it contemporary or traditional, colourful or classic white, with as many or as little add ons you fancy. I loved a particularly beachy blue one made using a unique ring and spiral beaded webwork, fluffy feathers and golden charms. Just the right accessory for a cozy bedroom done up in warm colours. Bored of seeing the same old designs everywhere? Check out their work and thank us later.
The Bohemian Store
The Bohemian Store makes truly beautiful dreamcatchers that can really elevate the look of any space you put them in. Need to spruce up a dull corner in your casa? Make a canopy with sheer drapes, throw in a few macrame cushions (also from The Bohemian Store), hang up their double chandelier dreamcatcher (it comes with battery-operated fairy lights), and voila! Now settle in with a book and a hot cuppa. Sorted.