Burlap curtains are an interesting shabby chic decor, primitive, country, or ecological added. The popular loose fabric, often associated with potatoes and coffee, have a reputation for being cheap, plentiful and easily accessible. If you want to transform bags you are not using or plan to buy fabric by the meter, it is a simple solution to make curtains.
There are several ways to get burlap to make curtains, depending on what you’re looking for. Burlap curtains are available at low cost roll in garden centers if you want a very basic style. Fabric stores sell burlap in a variety of colors, so you can make curtains of a color or a lighter tone. Another option is to buy bags of used coffee. This option puts the bags to good use, and often come printed with text or graphics rather interesting.
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The simplest burlap curtains have no ornaments, but the Hessian is a fabric that gets along with painting. Avoid heavy and thick as latex paints, and instead sprayed spray paint or acrylic craft paint applied with a sponge. If painting freehand is not your style, make or purchase templates or apply adhesive tape on burlap to create your own patterns.