Come take a look at our newest natural fiber Seagrass, Sisal and Jute rugs. The neutral color tone is a good way to tie in a setting and bring together color. The things that all of these rugs have in common is that they are sturdy and hard-wearing.

Scroll down to learn more about each type of natural fiber rug. Come visit us to see all of the different weaves that are in stock.

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Seagrass

A Seagrass rug is grass-grown in open wetlands in asia. The crop is harvested and woven. These natural fiber rugs generally do not absorb liquids or dirt. This makes them very stain resistant and easy to clean.

Sisal

Sisal comes from the plant Agave Sisilana and is the hardest fiber of the group. It is an agave that yields a stiff fibre traditionally used in making twine, rope and also dart boards. Sisal is stain resistant, flame retardant and absorbs sound. It also does not attract dust thanks to its natural anti-static electricity properties.

Jute

Jute is the softest fiber of the group. Its made from one of the most organic & natural rug-making fibers available. Jute, a cousin to the bamboo and the hemp plants, is a fibrous vegetable plant that grows in warm, moist climates of the delta formed by the Ganges and Bramhaputra rivers in eastern India and Bangladesh. Strong and sturdy, jute fibers are used for making ropes, burlap, prayer rugs, area rugs and clothing.

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