Burlap is an eco- and budget-friendly material that is often used when someone wants to add a cozy rustic touch. You can definitely use it for your home décor, and it matches many interiors: vintage, industrial, farmhouse, rustic, shabby chic and some other. Burlap is here to add coziness, let’s see how to do that the best way possible.
Curtains And Valances
Burlap is a fabric, so you can easily sew some curtains and draperies to give your space a bit rustic look. Burlap is also cool for outdoors, in case you spoil them, they are cheap and easy to change. This fabric looks good with lace, so you can create wonderful burlap pieces for shabby chic and just sweet farmhouse interiors. Mixing burlap curtains with jute rope you can decorate a nautical or just sea-inspired space.
Upholstery And Pillows
Burlap can be used for upholstering furniture, and you can easily do it yourself without any help. An antique sofa with a spoilt back can be restored gluing burlap to it. There’s no upholstered furniture without pillows, so you can sew a couple of burlap pillows, too. Decorate them with lace, beads or buttons and you’ll get an unobtrusive rustic touch for your décor.
As it’s a fabric, burlap can be used for making tablecloths, table runners, placemats and utensil pockets. You can decorate them with lace, embroider or just stamp some words using stencils and paint. Such table décor looks cute and many people today choose it even for rustic and farm weddings.
Indoor And Outdoor Décor
Burlap can be used for creating wreaths, especially for the fall and winter, for making signs, stamped artworks, as a backdrop for pictures, as a canvas for monograms and you can even make a stripped burlap and lace headboard for your bed. Neat burlap bows placed on outdoor decorations will add coziness and comfiness. There are much more cool ways to rock burlap in décor, get inspired!