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If you’re searching for an accent piece crafted by nature’s best, a round jute rug will answer your design call! The organic lines of the round jute rug offer an inherent beauty that’s shaped by smooth roundness reminiscent of the earth. Its rugged, coarsely woven fiber inspires the human touch and the sensual raw fragrance of the plant truly brings the outdoors in.
Did you know that nature produces a variety of usage for jute? The jute plant not only contributes to the making of organic rugs but also rope, burlap, twine, and building materials. Jute, as a highly durable plant stalk, contributes to the process of drying its fibers while preserving the natural color resulting in natural, soft textures, suitable for beautiful and long-lasting area rugs. Jute rugs can often be combined with synthetic fibers to create a softer texture for interior application.
Facts From Off The Beaten Path
In Asia and North Africa, jute is used in cooking and used for medicinal healing practices as well. Historically speaking, the Jute plant originates from India and surrounding Asian countries. It’s been cultivated for weaving fabrics and fibers for hundreds of years. Jute is a gift from nature that’s been handed down through time, bringing appreciation and enjoyment into our home.
Carefully review your rug’s instructional care. As an area rug, occasional vacuuming with a brush attachment will help reduce the shedding of fibers and dust build up in the woven textures. For jute rugs made with binding, avoid vacuuming the stitched area to preserve its life. Spills can be treated by blotting the affected area rather than rubbing. It’s important to stray from steam cleaning or the usage of rug and spot cleaners, as these may damage the natural fibers.
Decorating With Jute
Is A Jute Rug Right for Me?
Although jute is durable and relatively maintenance-free, it’s most suitable for specific locations in the home. As a natural fiber, jute is moisture absorbent, therefore it’s not recommended for use as a bathroom rug or outdoor welcome mat in humid and damp environments where mold and mildew can cause deterioration. A round jute rug will work well in most other interior spaces. If you’re looking to introduce a ‘natural’ element of surprise, you’ll want a touch of jute in your décor.
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