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What’s neutral, textured and beloved by decorators all over the world? Sisal rugs, of course! Keep reading to get all the info on these hardworking design heroes.
About Sisal Rugs Sisal rugs are made from natural plant fibers taken from the agave plant. These durable natural fiber rugs are ideal for high-traffic areas like hallways and living rooms. Popular with designers for their versatility and textural appeal, sisal rugs can provide a foundational layer in your space that works with any style.
Variations to know:
Where to use sisal rugs:
Decorating with Sisal Rugs Sisal fibers were originally used to make rope and twine — and they are still used for this purpose today. So it should come as no surprise that this strong natural fiber makes a tough rug that can stand up to your busiest spaces. Sisal rugs are stronger and denser than jute rugs, which means they’re also less prone to snags. And their neutral color and interesting texture makes them a great first layer beneath smaller colorful rugs.
Room By Room Get ideas for styling your sisal rug in each room with this quick decorating checklist.
Styling and Care Tips for Sisal Rugs Wondering where not to use sisal rugs? It’s not advised to use sisal rugs alone (although layered can work!) in the dining room, because stains can be hard to remove from sisal. Sisal is a bit too coarse to be comfortable in playrooms, where kiddos are likely to play on the floor. And since sisal does absorb water, skip these rugs in the bathroom, where the humidity can wreak havoc with these natural fibers.
Keep your sisal rug looking fabulous with these simple care and maintenance tips:
Sisal rugs can work beautifully with any style. Here are a few ideas for styling your sisal rug with your decorating look in mind:
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