You won’t find any potatoes in these domed burlap pendant lights. Just a few light bulbs. No one expects to see burlap hanging from the ceiling. But these pendants break tradition. Made with an iron frame draped in natural burlap and hand stitched, these pendants are ready to hang over your kitchen or dining room table. Better yet, they will look great in the man cave over the wet bar. These lights will bring vintage style to any living space.
Domed Burlap Pendant Lights
Burlap is a natural biodegradable product that has been used for hundreds of years. It is a woven fabric made from the skin of the jute plant. Also known as sisal fibers it has been used to make rope, nets, bags and many other products. Burlap starts as a very coarse fabric but more recently it has been refined so that it can be used to make handbags, rugs and even domed burlap pendant lights. Historically, burlap has been used primarily to make sacks and bags to transport goods such as coffee beans, tea and dry tobacco. It is a breathable fabric so it resists condensation which would normally spoil these products. Burlap is also very durable. It can handle the rough handling associated with shipping and transit of goods and produce. It can also be used as a wet covering to prevent rapid moisture loss in the setting of cement and concrete. Burlap has many uses and has come a long way. But we still like it best hanging on these domed burlap pendant lights. Got burlap?