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nuLOOM Machine Woven Orsay Sisal ZHSS01C

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nuLOOM Bordered Donnetta Sisal ZHSS04A

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nuLOOM Bordered Chloe Sisal ZHSS05A

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nuLOOM Bordered Maryjo Sisal ZHSS03B

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nuLOOM Natural Elaine HJKN03A

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nuLOOM Bordered Maryjo Sisal ZHSS03A

nuLOOM Bordered Maryjo Sisal ZHSS03A

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nuLOOM Bordered Chloe Sisal ZHSS05B

nuLOOM Bordered Chloe Sisal ZHSS05B

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nuLOOM Natural Cindy HJKN02A

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nuLOOM Natural Cindy HJKN02B

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nuLOOM Machine Woven Orsay Sisal ZHSS01A

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nuLOOM Natural Karina HJKN01B

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nuLOOM Natural Elaine HJKN03B

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nuLOOM Machine Woven Orsay Sisal ZHSS01I

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nuLOOM Machine Woven Orsay Sisal ZHSS01E

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nuLOOM Natural Karina HJKN01A

nuLOOM Natural Karina HJKN01A

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nuLOOM Sisal Tess NCSM01A

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nuLOOM Enola Printed Floral NCTB02A

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nuLOOM Arvilla Printed Tribal Floral NCTB01A

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Using Sisal Area Rugs in your Living Area

If you want a rug that’s made from natural fibers and feels oh so good underfoot, look no further than sisal rugs. Made from the fibers of the agave sisalana cactus plant, a sisal rug is a great choice for any interior space within your home. Sisal area rugs are durable and often have a pleasantly woven pattern that blends seamlessly with most decors. Round sisal rugs can help draw focus to the center of a large room or even cover a small area as an alternative to wall-to-wall carpeting. While most sisal rugs are traditionally used inside the home, custom sisal rugs and outdoor sisal rugs can find a home in any outdoor space where they’re not exposed to heavy rainfall or sunlight. Sisal rugs are also not ideal for bathrooms, saunas, or Jacuzzi areas.

Are you looking to create a beautiful all-natural space full of eco friendly materials in your home? Do you want to bring a touch of the outdoors inside and put together a relaxing getaway in your favorite room? Are you hoping to find a way to incorporate your love of nature with your designing techniques? If so, try using sisal area rugs in your home for your next designing adventure. Sisal is a beautiful natural fiber that looks great in just about any room of your home. You can put together a unique style by incorporating it into your traditional styles, or you can make things modern and bold with a natural statement. However you choose to decorate with your sisal rug, you can expect a long life of beauty from it.

What are Sisal Area Rugs?

Sisal is a large succulent plant from the agave cactus family. When you purchase a sisal rug, you might not have realized you’ll be purchasing a rug made more or less of cactus, but this is definitely true! These plants look a little bit like a cross between a palm tree and a cactus, and they have very long, very sharp fronts that stick out from the top of the trunk. When processed, it creates a stiff type of fiber that can be woven together to create a durable, thick, natural rope not unlike hemp in texture.

Sisal is a popular material used for many different textile products, and it may be found in shoes, clothing, hats, and bags. However, it’s getting more and more popular among area rugs as well, and when used for this purpose, it makes a durable, sturdy rug that can stand up to a lot of use and wear and tear without showing any signs of either. Sisal is often combined with other natural, eco friendly materials to create softer rugs, and wool sisal rugs with borders are very common ways to add a little touch of natural style to any room in your home.

Best Sizes of Sisal Area Rugs

When you’re shopping for a sisal rug, you have a ton of size options to choose from! You’ll want to pick your rug size based on how you plan to use sisal in your décor. Do you want it take center stage and become the most important part of your interior space? This can be a lot of sisal, which may be a little rough in texture and have a lot of visual weight, but you can make it work if you’re willing to decorate appropriately around it. In this situation, a soft 9x12 or 8x10 sisal rug can be the best way to start creating the tropical, natural space you crave.

On the other hand, if you want to use sisal to simply accent a room and give yourself a touch of nature without totally overpowering the other textures and colors you have going on in your room, try a round gray sisal rug instead. You can find round sisal rugs in smaller sizes like 4’ wide to work well as accent pieces to unique styles of all types. A 2x3 sisal herringbone rug can also be a nice throw rug to use in just about any room of your home. They make great entryway rugs, too!

What Shapes of Sisal Rugs are Available?

Depending on the room in which you want to use your sisal rug, you might want to choose between a few different shapes available for purchase. For example, if you’ll be using a round white sisal rug to decorate your bedroom or bring a little airiness and beauty to a section of your living room, you wouldn’t want to replace that with a rectangle rug because it simply wouldn’t have the same effect. On the other hand, a chevron or grey trellis sisal rug spread on the floor of your living room should definitely be in a rectangular or square shape to help make the pattern look great.

If you want to stick to an outdoor sisal rug 8x10 rectangular is a great solution for large patios and lanais. You can also choose smaller runner rugs to use outdoors, and since sisal is a great indoor/outdoor material, you can make the most of this type of rug in your sun room or beach, tropical, or jungle themed bedrooms, too.

What is the Best Room for Using Sisal Rugs?

The way you use your sisal rug is entirely up to your design choices. Do you want a casual space in your living room, or do you want to create a room that’s going to remind you of the tropics every time you set foot in it? If so, be sure to choose a larger sisal rug for this purpose, and you’ll be able to achieve exactly what you’re looking for. On the other hand, if you only want to use sisal in small amounts because of its scratchiness and because it’s usually only available in neutral colors, you might be better off keeping it in the bedroom or even in finished outdoor spaces.

For the dining room, sisal can be a great option, but you have to use it correctly. It can be very easy to keep clean, which makes it a good option for any place where food is present, but it can also be very visually heavy depending on the style and color you choose. Select custom diamond sisal rugs for a unique and beautiful way to decorate your dining room.

Although sisal rugs might not be the best choice for every type of room, with a little ingenuity, you can make them stand out no matter what type of space you’re working on creating. These rugs are beautiful and natural, and as long as you’re trying to create a flowing and beautiful space that has a sense of nature about it, you can make that happen and so much more when you choose sisal for your area rug material. Whether you go with large or small rugs, square or round rugs, you’re sure to enjoy the look you get from plenty of sisal in and around your home.


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