Burlap will be one among the favorite choices of materials when designing your valance due to its earthy and rusty look. If you eagerly desire to own this decorative drapery prettifying your living room, bathroom or kitchen window but don’t want to expend a penny on purchasing it, then consider creating some stylish valances on your own. Let us have a look at a few interesting tutorials on making a burlap valance.
Burlap Valance Curtain
A set of two burlap valances hung one below the other will itself acts like a curtain to the windows. The upper or lower portion of window can be used separately whenever needed.
Burlap Valance with Lace
Adding a single strip of lace to the burlap valance makes it elegant, stylish and rich. These handmade beautifully made lace valances give a chic look.
Burlap Valance with Grommets
Burlap Grommet Curtains bring a country look and textural touch to your bedroom or living room. Made of neutral-toned natural jute, these curtains are crowned by antiqued grommets for complementing any décor.
Burlap Valances with Stars
This Burlap Valance with black Star gives a great vintage touch for windows! It has a humble curtain panel in hundred percent cotton, natural, smooth tan threads in a loose texture, featuring printed black stars.
Burlap Valances for Windows
Burlap valances are commonly used for windows and doors but customarily they are intended for windows. They give a shady appearance to the entire room.
How to Sew a Burlap Valance
Simply fold a hem at one end of the curtain and pin it. Give a straight and simple stich and insert the curtain rod inside the hem.
Burlap Balloon Valance
Burlap balloon valances can be created by fixing the other end of curtain to the curtain rod itself. It gives a modern as well as stylish look to the space.
Burlap Bubble Valance
Add an embryonic country burlap touch for each of the windows with the bubble valance when you adorn with other styles as well.
Burlap Box Valance
Burlap box valance is a straight cut burlap fabric hung in a neatly finished curtain rod. They give a neat look rather than a stylistic finish.
Burlap Bag Valances
Recycle your old coffee bags, bean bags or any old jute bags as burlap valances by separating them and give a straight stich.
Burlap Cornice Valance
This brand new Burlap Cornice Valance is decorated with exclusive wood-bead trim, spurts forth with fashion charm.
Burlap Valance for Kitchen
Burlap valances are most appropriate for kitchen than any other part of the home because they allow maximum light and air into the kitchen so as to keep them odor-free.
Burlap Fringed Valance
You can add a fringed valance, so that you can relish the natural texture and look when your room demands for something classier.
French Burlap Valance
Adorn your French windows with the burlap valances to make them smarter. They are very cheap but make the windows look cozy.