Picture perfect. Not sure it would be perfect without these vintage industrial rope chandeliers. One chandelier might do the trick but two makes it perfect. If there were no large chandeliers hanging in this vaulted ceiling your eye might not be drawn to the natural wood beam construction. A great combination of natural jute rope with natural raw wood. Mother nature at it’s best. Made with an industrial iron frame with a rust finish, the rope on these chandeliers is weaved in and out through the many tiny eyelets. The end result is a beautiful chandelier that is more like a work of art.
Vintage Industrial Rope Chandeliers
Wood is one of the world’s most natural resources. But so is jute which is the primary material used to make rope, twine and other natural fabrics. Jute is a long, soft, shiny vegetable fiber that can be spun into coarse, strong threads. It’s one of the most affordable natural fibers and is second only to cotton in the amount produced and variety of uses. Jute is a rain fed crop with little need for fertilizer or pesticides. This is in direct contrast to heavy requirements to cultivate cotton. Production of jute is concentrated mostly in India which is the world’s largest producer. Jute fibers can be used alone or blended with other types of fiber to make twine or rope. A perfect example of the finished product are these vintage industrial rope chandeliers. Jute is biodegradable so it’s sustainable and good for the earth. Good looks and they are biodegradable too. It doesn’t get better than that. Picture perfect.