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I love that burlap wall. My living room paint color is called burlap, but it is a dark neutral with green undertones. That wall covering looks like linen in the pic. Love it!!!
 
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SMS, I like the wall application too.
 
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Convincing, but soft and easy care faux burlap tablecloths (a Froo find):

http://www.burlap-tablecloth.c...designer-havana.html
 
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Headboard, but also a DIY project if so inclined. Burlap can be found in 60" wide widths.

http://www.target.com/p/burlap...l-queen/-/A-14154808
 
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what's old is new again? didn't we do burlap in the early 70's?? this version is a LOT better!
 
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Sjf, seems burlap has been elevated to the latest bridal decoration fabric. At least my research suggests it is gaining in popularity for these events.
 
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back in the 1940's my mother made slip covers for our maple furniture (wooden arms and frame and cushions)from burlap and I remember a woman visiting and looking at these and saying in effect, "you've got to be kidding" Although I was only 8 or 9, I was angry at the insult to my mother, who later told me that was silk burlap.
 
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