About Me


Jute and Burlap is proud to announce our support for the Wounded Warrior Program! 10% of every order will be donated to the project. Donations are made the 1st of each month. The 10% is taken directly from the price that each customer pays. This way each customer knows exactly how much will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. Donations are made on the Wounded Warrior Project website and NOT through a third party affiliate. If you would like to donate more, you can do so by going to their website or click here: www.woundedwarriorproject.org  

Hello! My name is Laura and I'm the owner of Jute & Burlap. I am a self taught designer that likes to save antique pieces big and small and give them new life. On the weekends, you don't have to look far from a flea market or yard sale to find me.

             It all started when I got a phone call that our friends barn had fallen due to heavy snow and they wanted to know if I wanted any barn wood. I couldn't have gotten over there fast enough. Next thing I knew I was crawling in stalls and taking the old hardware, water troths, hay pulleys and doors. Friends politely told me I was crazy.

              One phone call turned into more calls and I think I was starting to be known in my small town as the salvage lady. I was cluttering our house with all my treasure pieces and we needed to do something. So I started decorating with them and trying new ways to breath new life into them. People were loving what I was doing and asked if I could incorporate them into their home too.

               I started Jute & Burlap on Etsy and Amazon selling my finds and painted pieces. My business was growing and I wanted to expand. So I started my own website and left Etsy and Amazon behind. In order to expand I needed to get more products. They couldn't be just any products though! They need to be farmhouse and antique inspired. I wanted to bring the old in with the new and allow people to have that farmhouse inspired look to be able to bring into their home. Jute & Burlap continues to grow and I I only have my customers to thank!

                 I also wanted to inspire people and connect with other designers. So I started my Jute & Burlap blog. Though my blog is fairly new, I want to show people how to bring new life into antique pieces and give them ideas and inspiration. I hope my blog will be able to do that.

                                              I have never worked harder in my life, but I wouldn't trade it for the world!