Collection: Sisal Rug
A sisal rug is comparable to white T-shirts in the world of design. Due to their neutral color palette and plant fibers, they layer well with virtually any interior design. Throw them over large rugs or under smaller ones to add depth, warmth, and texture. Mix them with vintage items and neutral different shades or with pastel colors and lots of pattern.
In contrast to most other styles of rugs, this sisal rug from Amara is relatively inexpensive; you don't necessarily have to spend more to obtain a beautiful rug. In terms of placement, they are interchangeable between primary rooms and secondary rooms such as bedrooms. These rugs offer a great deal of versatility, as they can be dressed up or down.
This durable sisal rug is a flat-woven design inspired by Greek keys. Before weaving, the Amara sisal rug was treated for stain resistance and fire retardant, making it one of our most water- and stain-resistant sisals. Our sisal carpet is ideal for both residential and commercial applications.
Are jute rugs and sisal rugs the same?
Jute is a plant fiber that is typically woven into rugs. Sisal, on the other hand, is derived from African plants such as agave and pineapple. It is frequently used for flooring because its more rigid texture makes it more resilient than Jute and Linen.
The primary distinction between sisal and jute rugs is their texture and durability. Sisal is a more rigid and coarse-feeling fiber, making it ideal for outdoor rugs, entryways, hallway runners, and pet-friendly homes. Jute, on the other hand, is more suitable for living rooms and bedrooms due to its softness.
Can I vacuum sisal rugs?
Depending on foot traffic, sisal rugs require vacuuming only once or twice per week. Vacuum the rug in various directions, passing over the area multiple times. Request that guests and family keep their shoes off the rug, and rotate it every six months to ensure even wear. Jute area rugs complement the majority of interior design styles.
Are sisal rugs contemporary rugs?
Contemporary rug designs are characterized by the presence of contrasts, bold use of color, and geometric or free-form elements. Designs frequently feature clean lines and geometric or abstract patterns. We are convinced that a sisal rug is ideal for modern interior design.
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