Sisal is the most popular plant fiber used for floor covering. It is obtained from the agave plant and is extremely durable, rugged and a very versatile material. It can be used to make carpets in a variety of textures, patterns, colors and weaves. Sisal is often used in its natural color and also comes in a broad range of dyed colors. The agave plant is grown without the use of herbicides and pesticides.
The natural look of sisal is perfect for both area rugs and wall-to-wall uses. Sisal’s inherent beauty complements most any design theme. It can also be combined with other natural materials such as wool for a softer hand.
Sisal carpets are also naturally sound-absorbing, anti-static and don't trap dust. Because it is so durable sisal is a great choice for staircases, it can even be installed on walls! It’s easy to maintain with just vacuuming.
Can sisal carpet go on stairs?
Although you may prefer to use sisal as a rug, you can use it as a carpet and use it for runners and stairs.
Where can you place sisal rugs?
Sisal carpets and rugs are ideal for inside the home given how resilient and durable a flooring surface they create, and how easy they are to clean (more on that below). That means you can use them in entryways, in the dining room, in the living room and anywhere else that can benefit from softness underfoot.
Installed wall to wall, or custom made floor rugs
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