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 Natural Fiber Carpets 2

Many people have questions about what color and type of binding they should choose for their rug. As a rule, we recommend matching the color of the binding to the color of the weave or using black because it goes with everything. Of course, rules are made to be broken, so we encourage you to be creative. If you'd like to see cuttings of different bindings to see how they'd work with your decor, just ask.


 Many of our weaves are available for wall-to-wall application. Sisal is beautiful wall-to-wall, but it can be difficult finding an installer in your area who will take on the challenge of laying sisal. If you decide to purchase raw yardage from us, we may be able to help with a recommendation, particularly if you live in a major metropolitan area. E-mail us and we'll see what we can do.

 Just so you know, installing sisal can be very expensive. If you want to avoid the cost of installation but still have that wall-to-wall look, consider getting a rug that is just a few inches smaller than the size of your room. Of course, roll width will be a consideration, but in most cases, you have about a 13' width to work with. Put a binding on it that matches and you'll be set.


We generally try to steer people away from using lighter colored weaves in high-traffic areas. Go with the seagrasses or the heathery weaves or darker sisals-- they won't show as much dirt and you'll be happier in the long run.

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