Rugs more tougher than diamond. Let us show you some interiors with natural fiber rugs that work well.
They work beautifully in earthy-toned rooms, vintage or rustic decor and are actually a very underrated style of rug.
Natural fiber rugs materials:
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What is jute made of?
Jute fibers come from the plant of the genus Corchorus.
They’re comprised celluose and lignin, as well as other trace materials, making jute a durable and absorbent rug material.
Are There Any Natural Fiber Rugs That Are soft?
Worried natural fiber rugs will be too coarse underfoot?
You shouldn’t be.
Jute fibers are naturally soft, in fact, jute’s one of the softest of all natural fiber rug materials.
However, if you want even softer jute, look out for rugs that have chenille woven in with the fibers too.
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The above rug is a perfect example of including a natural fiber rug in the kitchen.
What Is Sisal?
Sisal is a plant, Agave, native to Southern Mexico.
Its fibers are stiff and are, importantly, different to jute.
What would you say if we told you sisal is even more durable, rope and twine are made from it.
Do you need a rug for high-traffic areas of your home?
Sisal is the material that’ll withstand a herd of 30 rampaging African Elephants so we’re confident it’ll hold up to Uncle Jerry.