Jute lends a natural texture that can give almost any space a sense of comfort. I'd love to see this runner in an all-white kitchen to warm things up a bit.
We all know jute twine has many household uses, from gardening to gift wrapping, but this convenient storage tin makes dispensing easy and handsome.
Who knew a jute rug could be so colorful? I'd layer these festive stripes over a neutral sisal rug for a cozy, casual effect.
I'd prop open an interior or exterior door with this knot door stopper for a welcoming nautical touch.
Forget boring brown! This isn't your typical jute bag. With its navy ikat print, this roomy tote is perfect for a trip to the farmers' market.
I don't particularly like literal holiday decor. I prefer to decorate with items and materials that go along with the neutral color palette I have in place in my home. Wired burlap ribbon is so versatile that you can use it for nearly any celebration — create wreaths, napkin rings, bows, vase sleeves and more.
A large basket placed next to a sofa in the family room is a great spot for corralling the kids' toys. The handles make carrying it to the kids' bedrooms or playroom a cinch at the end of the day. No kids? Pile folded blankets into the basket for easy reaching on cool nights.
This is for a boy's room. 'Nuff said.
I'm obsessed with these smocked jute curtain panels. They'd be lovely in a feminine bedroom with lots of natural light filtering in.
I'd use this rope-wrapped table lamp to bring posh texture to a living room side table. A pair of them atop a console flanking a wall mirror in an entryway would be pretty sweet as well.
I could customize the look of a dresser or cabinet with this handmade rope-knot knob.