¨If you don't have a power source conveniently located on your front porch to keep your posts or columns decorative lit, skip the lit garland altogether and instead stick with simple garland complete with natural embellishments like pine cones and berries.
Earthy tones and textures envelop this room in a safari-inspired design. Textured bamboo walls, white bedding, a burlap-style crown canopy and leather accents blend together to create an all-natural motif in this bedroom retreat.
Light walls and sunlight give this room a natural glow. Glass jar lamps with burlap shades rest on wood side tables for a beautiful, country-inspired look. Striped bed linens topped with layers of pillows add rustic color to the room.
As seen on Vacation House for Free, the neutral colors and patterns Matt used in this lakefront home in Oakland, Maine makes the space more inviting. The natural elements such as the burlap lamp shade and wood end table help keep the place chic and warm.
Snow covered trees, the crisp winter air, firewood crackling in the fire place. If that sounds like your perfect Christmas night, then consider decorating your tree with a woodland theme. Natural elements, such as DIY wood burned ornaments and handmade wooden garland, are right at home next to plaid ribbon and burlap texture.
This dining room gives the young homeowners a great place to entertain. With seating for eight, the rustic dining table is large and spacious, giving guests plenty of space. Modern chairs and chandelier give the space a touch of eclectic flair, while burlap curtains help to control the ample natural light that floods this neutral dining room. Two mounted heads give the elegant space an exotic, eclectic look.
When choosing a plant to make a bold statement in your home, instead of one single dramatic specimen, stage a grouping of several plants. This quartet features variegated houseplants that offer contrasting leaf textures that combine to create an eye-pleasing scene: dracaena surrounded by silver pothos, Aglaonema and spider plant. Stairstep pot sizes to stir more interest. Skip the cachepots and simply wrap plants in burlap for a unified look that’s natural and a ready complement to many decorating schemes.