Don't turn your nose up quite yet and stop focusing on how "scratchy" burlap is. This inexpensive fabric is a great solution for when the budget doesn't allow for linen and also even when it does. The texture, the colors and the visual warmth of burlap and grain sacks made of said fabric make it a wonderful option for all styles.
The classic and beautiful combination of black and camel done perfectly here with a grain sack.
Even in the most high-end spaces, burlap (seen here as drapes) can fit right in.
Grain sacks on classic French chairs bring them down a notch and create a great juxtaposition.
(paris boutique hotel)
Cute little kitchen valance done in burlap and trimmed out in a contrast fabric. That burlap tassel is great.
(wish i knew)
A grain sack used in it's natural shape.
(elizabeth's point of view)
Even on a table scape, burlap provides amazing texture and interest.
(a beach cottage)
Burlap is such an inexpensive option when you need lots of fabric with little money. The panels are simply trimmed out in grosgrain ribbon that was fabric-glued on and hung with drapery clips making them no-sew.
I'm not a fan of the setting this piece is in, but it's a great diy idea incorporating tea stained book pages and a grain sack.
Soooo pretty. I'd own this white burlap bed in a heartbeat.
Casual and chic, burlap is a great way to ground an otherwise too traditional space.
(color outside the lines)
This and the following two pics are all by Paula Caravelli. I want to climb through the pictures and move in. I adore the orange, black and white color palette and especially think the burlap drapes trimmed out in orange are stunning. Loving that desk.
Only $199, this is the perfect option to bring in a bit of the look while still being totally functional.
(the lettered cottage)