This is an 800 sq.ft. (74m2) cob home buried into the hillside of Deacon Vale Farm an organic farm on Mayne Island, Canada. The house cost around $48,000 to build. The kitchen shows architectural patterns (No.199) sunny counter and narrow (No.200) open shelves from the book 'A Pattern Language'. You can see more kitchens in natural homes at www.naturalhomes.org/natural-kitchens.htm
Inexpensive; but creative window treatment idea I think it would be really cute on a rod with the burlap folded over (just like it looks) but secured with buttons. When I saw this picture small, that's exactly what I thought the little letter tags were. So in my head it would look very much like this.