Few textures exude the feel of Fall more than burlap. Except maybe its more academic cousin tweed. Perhaps because of the rough texture, we instantly feel the changing of the season, the grains being stored for the coming winter, the inherent sense of coziness and earthiness combined…whether or not we’ve ever stepped foot on a farm.Because of the associations (sometimes subconscious) we have with burlap, the once humble flour-sack fabric has risen to become a sophisticated décor staple at this time of year.
The distressed white letter on top and frame around this burlap keeps it looking fresh and sweet, rather than heavy and barnish. Plus, inside an detailed frame like this one, the rough burlap becomes intentional and noteworthy.