Ghostly goblins or a vintage burlap chandelier. Halloween is over and all the candy is gone so I’m going to say it’s a vintage burlap chandelier. Halloween can be a fun holiday for children, and sometimes adults, dressed in scary costumes. The ghost costume is a common one because it only requires a cotton sheet with two holes cut out. But this chandelier is covered with natural burlap which might get a little scratchy going door to door.
Vintage Burlap Chandelier
This vintage burlap chandelier is green because it’s made with natural burlap, a biodegradable material that is good for our environment. Many chandeliers and light shades are made with plastic and synthetic materials that will never break down in the soil. Burlap is a breathable fabric that was first used in factories and manufacturing plants to store and transport produce. We most often think of potatoes being stored in burlap bags because it kept them fresh and moist. But today burlap has been refined and is now used to make rugs under our feet and chandeliers over our heads. This vintage burlap chandelier is made with a solid iron frame that is draped in soft burlap. Once lit, this vintage burlap chandelier provides a warm glow of light that could be considered ghostly but I find it soothing. Hang one large chandelier over the dining room table or hang a group of these vintage burlap chandeliers for a unique lighting display. And on Halloween your house will be the one with the ghosts.