Seagrass and Sisal

From wool to seagrass, jute to coir, there are a number of natural carpeting options available from our suppliers and manufacturers, but sisal (pronounced sigh-suhl) is one of the most unique and is rapidly growing in popularity. Sisal is made from the fibres of a species of agave plant that primarily is grown in South America. This type of covering is anti-static and its natural fibres help control humidity and provides natural sound insulation. Sisal is deemed to be very aesthetically pleasing and makes for a practical floor covering. Sisal carpets and rugs are stylish, chic and durable; a perfect choice for high traffic areas where good looks and practicality are desirable.Seagrass is a perennial grass grown and harvested annually chiefly as a by-product from rice production in paddy fields. The crop is used for hand weaving of mats and baskets and is twisted into yarns for export for use in flooring and furniture. This 100% natural yarn needs no dyes, insecticides or other chemicals. The latex backing that is applied to seagrass floor coverings is comprised primarily of natural rubber keeping sustainability the key message for using seagrass. Not to mention it looks amazing!

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Where can you use Sisal and Seagrass...

Sisal carpet is an excellent choice for stairs, as the coarse fibre allows greater friction and acts as a non-slip surface. Add a contrasting border for stairs and hallways and transform a plain sisal carpet to a stunning new look for your home.As either a wall to wall floor covering, or in a feature Seagrass provides an option that is not only natural from the start, but one that is highly stain and soil resistant, strong and durable.It’s clean woven finish creates the perfect canvass lending itself to almost any interior design style