Are you making more environmentally friendly choices in your home? One way you can carry your eco-friendly choices into your home is by natural area rugs. There are many choices and different materials you can choose from when it comes to Natural Area Rugs, we want to inform you a little bit more about these Natural Area Rugs. You can take advantage of their natural properties and these rugs will not only help protect the environment but enhance your home as well.
Wool and Sisal Area Rugs
The high quality Wool and Sisal Area Rugs are renowned for both their softness and their durability. The combination of wool and sisal gives you the durability and texture of sisal combined with the softness and comfort of wool.
Wool and sisal area rugs are known for their comfort, natural, lasting beauty and appeal, adding style to any room. We recommend using wool/sisal rugs in your living rooms and bedrooms.
Getting a sisal rug for your home or office is a chic way to go green. There’s an exotic element to these all natural rugs that may explain why they’re such a popular choice in interior design.
Sisal flooring is made with extracts from the sisal agave plant. The fine, long fibers of the agave plant provide the durability and strength of sisal rugs. Sisal is spun by hand using the soft, smooth yarn and is then hand-tufted and woven into exquisite carpeting. The versatility of the sisal fibers makes it possible to weave a striking variety of patterns and textures. Every sisal area rug is truly unique because nature provides wonderful variations in color and fiber thickness.
Sisal rugs are anti-static and naturally flame retardant. They are also resistant to liquids. Since spills are a breeze to clean up, a sisal rug is a brilliant choice for the kitchen and dining areas.
The fibers of sisal rugs are often left undyed, giving the rugs a distinctive, organic look. Another option is an appealing bleached sisal rug, which has a lighter, more neutral shade. Dyed weaves are also among the sylish choices of sisal rugs at Natural Area Rugs. An example is our Legacy Sisal Rug, which is a dark charcoal color and a perfect accent for many modern styles of décor. A sisal rug in any shade successfully titivates a room’s décor.
You may choose to get a self-edged sisal rug or one with a 100% cotton border. Our border colors range from neutral to moss to red/Cherry Jubilee.
All of our trendy and classic sisal flooring from Natural Area Rugs comes with latex backing. The rugs help to absorb sound, adding to the overall warmth and comfort of any space. We recommend you also use Premium-Lock Rug Pads.
A great way to update the flooring in your home in high style without the high price is with 100% natural seagrass rugs. The neutral colors that range from beige to light brown to a greenish hue tie in beautifully with any décor. Seagrass rugs are among the most affordable types of natural flooring and yet they make great accent pieces in any room, with their naturally smooth texture and alluring luster.
Natural carpeting is such a smart choice today. Organic flooring such as a seagrass rug is naturally occurring and sustainable, which means it’s good for the environment. It’s also excellent for your home. Seagrass rugs are a great choice for nurseries or for people with sensitive allergies, because seagrass is naturally hypoallergenic. Natural flooring is carcinogen-free and always superior to synthetic rugs.
There are many desirable qualities in a seagrass rug. The non-porous surface of the seagrass, which gives off a lovely sheen, is also rigid, making seagrass rugs very durable. Choose any high-traffic area of your home for a long-wearing seagrass rug.
The unique texture of the seagrass actually absorbs sound, which can be a wonderful asset in noisy homes. Seagrass is also a natural flame-repellant.
The dining area is another ideal place for a low-maintenance seagrass rug. These rugs are easy to clean; all that’s required is vacuuming and warm, soapy water.
Seagrass is a tall plant with grass-like stems found in wet lands. Seagrass is recognizable because of its grassy, hay-like scent, which dissipates with time.
The imported seagrass rugs at Natural Area Rug are hand-crafted and come in an appealing variety of weaves. Each has pure cotton binding in either black or one of several neutral shades.
All of our rugs come with natural latex backing, and we recommend you use Premium-Lock Rug Pads.
Natural rugs are very much in vogue, and not just because they’re an attractive accent for any type of décor. Natural rugs are eco-friendly and a safer choice for you and your family.
Natural carpeting is made from 100% renewable resources, which means the materials they’re made with can be replaced at a faster rate than they’re consumed. You’re going green when you buy organic rugs because they cause no harm to the environment. One of the best features of natural flooring is that it doesn’t emit harmful chemicals, as is the case with many types of synthetic carpeting. Hypoallergenic, carcinogen-free natural rugs are especially ideal for baby nurseries.
Bamboo, denser than most hardwoods, is one of nature’s strongest materials. Our bamboo rugs are the most durable among our selection of natural carpets. They’re also naturally flame-resistant. Bamboo evokes a wonderful, tropical ambiance. These treasures are perfect for any of the high-traffic areas in your home or office.
Sisal rugs are very popular in the world of home design. It could be because of the exotic nature of this versatile natural flooring. Sisal rugs are typically created in Kenya and Tanzania where extracts from the sisal agave plant are used to make fine, long fibers. The soft fibers are hand-woven into a variety of textures and patterns. Sisal is naturally anti-static, and it’s easy to clean. Sisal rugs create a look that’s both classic and contemporary.
Of the natural rugs available today, jute rugs are the softest. Jute is one of the oldest known types of flooring. Natural Area Rugs’ jute rugs have a brightness and a silky sheen that illuminate and invigorate any area.
Other types of natural flooring are seagrass, wool, and mountain grass. Whichever gorgeous natural rugs you choose, we recommend you also use Premium-Lock Rug Pads.
Natural carpets are a stylish and excellent choice in floor covering. Besides being made 100% of natural material, they are high quality, environmentally friendly, and economical. There is a wide range of texture as well as color choice among natural carpets, all of which revive the appearance of any room. Natural carpets are currently in high fashion, an excellent accent piece for any room. Some of the types of natural rugs are jute, bamboo, and seagrass; two of the most common natural rugs are Sisal and wool.
Sisal rugs are among the most popular organic rugs today, and why is that? There is an exotic element to these all-natural, handcrafted rugs. The texture of a Sisal rug is highly appealing. Extracts from the agave plant are the materials used to create the long, durable fibers in a hand-woven Sisal rug. The strength of a Sisal rug exceeds that of many other natural rugs fibers such as jute, hemp, and flax. An un-dyed look is common in a Sisal rug, but subtle colors are also used without altering the natural appeal of the rug.
Sisal rugs look great on any surface but especially on tile, wood, and stone flooring. They are ideal for high-traffic areas. These rugs absorb sound, are flame-retardant, naturally anti-static, and dirt-repellant. Nature provides a lovely variation in both color and fiber thickness that combine to ensure that each Sisal rug is unique.
Wool is a versatile material that can easily be died and manipulated into different textures. For instance, a wool rug can be thick and tightly woven, making it tough to damage and somewhat like an air purifier because it traps air pollutants. Wool rugs are incredibly durable and easy to clean, ideal for any high-traffic area in the home. Dense wool floor coverings can soften the sound of footprints, reducing the noise level in a room.
There are so many different types of beautiful, natural rugs offered on the Natural Area Rugs website. Find the perfect rug for your home today.