Coirs, Sisal, Jute and Seagrass are the natural soft floor covering alternatives. These beautiful weaves vary from the rustic to the more contemporary. They are, once installed, unmistakably nothing like plastic carpets and become a talking point in the home.

Low maintenance, non-slip, non-static they are the perfect choice for a change.


Sisal is made from Agave sisalana grown in semi-arid regions. The plant originated from high stony regions of Central America and is now grown for harvesting throughout Africa, Brazil, Madagascar and China. Sisal looks great everywhere and is an extremely durable fibre. 

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Wool / Jute

Luxurious woolen jute blends that are incredible to touch, you could sleep on them. Wonderful in bedroom and living rooms. 


Natural Jute woven floorcoverings are eco-friendly and support sustainable village industries throughout southern India and Bangladesh. Soft  and natural colours- great for bedrooms and living areas. Jute is a vegetable fibre, mostly grown in tropical countries like India and Bangladesh. It's easy to produce, sturdy, and biodegradable so it's the perfect material to use for handmade rugs. 

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Seagrasses are flowering plants which grow in marine environments. Seagrass has a ‘waxy coat’ and although allowing water molecules to enter, dyes and other stains have difficultly penetrating. Its a great product high transit areas and is washable. Perfect look for beach houses, coastal aesthetic and commercial hubs. 


Coir is made from the husks of coconut and has been used for centuries to make ropes, sacks and floor coverings. One of the golden fibers of Asia, Coir has survived the introduction of synthetic materials as it is still used extensively for floors along with anti-erosion mats to assist with rehabilitation of soil around roads and mines.