Jute Rugs for Allergy Sufferers

Allergy sufferers, unite! Tracking allergens into your home will be absorbed by most other carpets, not your new Jute Rug. When looking to keep pesky dust mites and outdoor pollen out of your home it is important to start at the source, where you rest your feet. The Jute Rug, made out of non toxic fibers and tannins actually repel dust mites!

Jute Rugs and Allergies

When kept in dry areas, mold and mildew is kept at bay and eliminated with the natural fibers. With regular cleaning and the proper placement of your Jute Rug in your home, you can nip allergies in the bud.

Remember, normal maintenance and care is important for your Jute Rug! Due to the bound, course rug; regular vacuuming is crucial to increase your carpet’s life and eliminate additional allergens. Keep your Jute Rug out of outdoor areas, this will defeat the entire purpose of keeping allergens out of your home.

Noticing an increase of mold or mildew? The humidity may be too high in the space you have put your Jute Rug. Moisture will compromise the integrity of your Jute Rug. If you are an allergy sufferer, the Jute Rug will be the perfect addition to the entryway of your home. Check out the Santana Jute Rug for your allergy needs.

Decorating with Layered Rugs

One of my favorite looks as of late is layering with rugs. Similar to a sweater over a t-shirt, layering a rug over another rug or carpet brings depth, scale, and unique interest to a space.

Decorating with Layered Rugs: Layer rugs over another rug or carpet to achieve depth, scale, and an overall interesting and unique space via @Jenna_Burger, www.sasinteriors.net

My office + family room {see more here}

An eclectic mix of function + color + depth.

The last time I shared this space, the hide rug was the only decorative floor covering in the space on top of the wood.  It was pretty, but the room swallowed it up.  It got lost with everything else going on.  It was too small for the overall scale of the room.  By layering the sisal rug underneath which I got from Natural Area Rugs, the space finally feels grounded.  It looks complete.  The hide is still the focal point of the floor, but the layered sisal rug with midnight blue border underneath provides the appropriate scale for the room.

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