Have you noticed all the burlap projects and decor showing up on Pinterest lately? Burlap has become popular for a variety of reasons. It’s rustic which is very chic right now. It also adds a lot of texture to any room room or table scape. Oh, and best of all it’s cheap! It’s starts at just 99 cents a yard on Amazon*. Burlap also comes in a variety of colors and textures. I like my burlap a little rugged so I usually buy it natural and undyed. You can also buy burlap bags* or burlap ribbon* depending on the type of project you are working on. Below are 3 burlap projects I’ve completed recently for my home well as links to some of my favorite burlap projects from other amazing blogs. Click on the pictures to get to the tutorials. Enjoy!
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How I used burlap in our house!
I covered an old picture mat with burlap and nailed it to a frame made out of reclaimed pallet wood with decorative nails.
I made 3 of these stenciled burlap pictures which hang above the credenza in our living room. Each one depicts an important date for our family along with a a picture that symbolized why that date is important to us.
This frame hangs in our hall bathroom and was made out of pallets and burlap.
Here are some of my favorite burlap projects from Pinterest!
I just adore this Spring Burlap Wreath which incorporates the house numbers and flowers.
This adorable Framed burlap earring holder incorporates two of my other favorite things: teal and monograms.
These quick and easy burlap curtains will add texture to any room.
These burlap bunny ear napkin rings will add whimsy to any Easter table.
Burlap roses can be added to almost any home decor to instantly add rustic charm.
This burlap tote just screams Spring especially paired with blue chevron.
Ruffles and Burlap on a table runner. Oh la la!
And if a tablecloth is more your style here is a ruffled burlap floor length tablecloth.
I hope you’ve been inspired to start your own burlap projects. What projects have you already completed using burlap? Do you have any already pinned that you’re hoping to start soon?