As its name implies, is a grass. It is grown in the paddy fields of China, and at a certain time of the growing season, the fields are flooded with seawater, hence the name Seagrass. After harvesting and drying, the Seagrass is spun into a strong yarn suitable for weaving. Its impermeability makes it hard to dye, so most products are natural in colour. It is latex backed for stability and to prevent slipping on wooden or tiled floors.
Sisal - Agave Sisalina is a strong, green spiky bush which flourishes in the sub-tropical climate of Tanzania and Kenya. The giant leaves of the Sisal Agave plant are the raw material for sisal carpets. These leaves are then harvested and the mesophyll washed out. The fibres are then cleaned, washed and dried in the sun. Fibres are finished, treated, spun and finally woven. It is latex backed for stability and to prevent slipping on wooden or tiled floors.
Sisal is a top end Flooring option ideal for all areas of the home especially Dining and Lounge areas. Sisal rugs are beautiful and will complement all furniture and décor settings .Sisal rugs with a choice of acrylic or leather trims will enhance all settings
Jute is the fibrous inner bark from the stalk of a giant tropical herb, named Cochorus, which is a member of the Linden family and is closely related to hemp. Jute is a soft alternative to synthetic carpets. It can be woven into areas rugs or used as a wall to wall installations, it is generally more suitable to areas of light traffic.