NATURAL FIBER AND SISAL RUGS
Flat-weave, natural fiber, wool… which to choose?
Whether you’re shopping for a natural fiber rug because you like the
casual, airy look or love that they’re environmentally friendly,
renewable and use fewer chemicals in production, there are lots of
options (and benefits) to consider when picking just the right one.
All natural fiber rugs are flat-woven rugs—meaning, they have no pile
and are often reversible. They’re crafted from plant-based fibers which
are tightly woven to create a mat or rug. Sometimes, cotton is added
for softness, but primarily they consist of the fibers from jute,
bamboo, sisal, seagrass, and coir, the strands from coconuts.
Traditionally used in homes’ entryways for their tough, stain-resistant
materials, they work in nearly every room, depending on which you
choose, and many can hold a variety of dyes for extra color.
The digital images we display have the most accurate colors possible.
However, due to differences in computer monitors and differences in dye
lots, we cannot be responsible for variations in color between the
actual product and your screen. Please be advised that in some cases
patterns and colors may vary according to size.