If you are looking for flooring made of natural plant fibers, seagrass and sisal probably are what you have in mind. Other fibers such as mountain grass jute and coir are less well known and generally used for specific applications.  Coir, for example, is mostly used to make outdoor door mats.  Jute is sometimes combined with other fibers.  Occasionally, grass type natural fibers are woven with wool.



Unique Carpets Seagrass Basketweave Seagrass is a favorite choice of many interior designers. It's resistance to stains and soft feel make it a great choice for anyone looking for a smart look in a sustainable natural grass. (Shown here is an Unique Carpets' Basketweave Seagrass carpet.)
Sisal has the advantage of reproducing itself quickly, a fact that makes it one of the most sustainable floor coverings.  Sisal is proof that an eco friendly choice can be as beautiful as it is green.  (Shown here is an Unique Carpets' Sea Island Sisal rug with binding.) Unique Carpets Sisal Sea Island
Design Materials' Sisal Tamora Broadloom Carpet

Sisal is adaptable to many weaves.  Geometric patterns look particularly handsome in sisal.  This is an offering from Design Materials named Tamora.


A "Greek Key" style pattern is featured in this Design Materials' Porthos Sisal offering.  Great choice when you are looking for a carpet with stylish sophistication.   Design Material's Sisal Porthos Broadloom carpet
Unique Carpets Sisal Pampalona bordered rug

A natural grass rug can be finished off with borders sized to your taste in a variety of materials ranging from leather to linen and may be done with mitered or square corners.  For a lavish look, you may also choose from a variety of tapestry like borders or go nude, so to speak, with serged edges.


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