Right from window treatments to decking glass doors, curtains made from burlap have a homely vibe. If you want to stick to minimalism, the brown sack-like fabric would be ideal for your upholstery needs. Scroll through to get some ideas about making unique curtains.
Dress the small windows in your home with these curtains for a delightful and peasant-like look.
This is an inexpensive way of turning burlap fabric pieces into rustic curtains for your window.
Rugged and worn burlap curtains can be made more appealing with pretty window accessories like ribbon and designer tie backs for your bathroom.
Block the intense rays of the sun during peak summer with a rustic set of curtains that requires less labor to make.
Do you love a country-side décor? Deck your living room windows with burlap curtains and take your creative skills few notches up.
If you like your windows dressed in curtains and some sunshine, coming to your room, try out this tutorial.
Full blown curtains might often be a bit expensive, especially when you have set a budget. As a useful supplement, burlap shades would be a more economical choice.
The combination of lace and burlap brings a vintage statement to your home, transforming into a complete country dwelling.
Curtains should always be in the right tone and length to match with your window’s shape and size. Although the tutorial uses a drop cloth, you can stick to burlap.
With needles and scissors, these homely curtains will grace your mansion within a short span of time.
Here, some cream fabric pieces have been folded and stitched to present a ruffled look, accentuating the otherwise plain burlap.
You can click on the above link to learn how to make both the curtains and tiebacks.
This set of curtains blends well with the light color scheme of the room as well as perfect for bedrooms and nurseries.
Here, you need to get some denim burlap to make the same curtains.
Recycle coffee bags into folksy windows screens for your kitchen and windows.
The bland and boring patio can be turned into a beautiful paradise with a tinge of rusty feel by hanging these burlap curtains.
The stunningly simple curtain cum valance embraces a new theme for your outhouse or reception room.
Shredded pieces of burlap, muslin, and polka dot cloth are bunched together to make a hippy curtain for an outdoor picnic.
Give an extraordinary look to your doors by sewing these ruffled curtains made from burlap. Opt for a turquoise or teal burlap to lend a better look.
This one is a faux stenciled curtain made by using fabric black and gray pens.
This is an embroidered burlap curtain that makes a high focal point in your dining or drawing room.
Utilize old potato sacks for making valances for your dining room windows instead of dumping them.
You may either paint or use stencil patterns to create curtains with glorious abstract patterns.
If you have a little classroom or nursery at your home, you can try making this cute curtain for the children.
Sew two ribbons at the corners to beautify the otherwise dull burlap curtain.
Although the tutorial deals with making curtains using a cotton fabric, you can use red or blue burlap instead for cabinets.
If you are ready for a window or door upgrade, these interesting DIYs about curtains will motivate you to go ahead.
Published on December 11th 2017 by Michelle Anderson