Cotton
Cotton is a strong and durable fiber coming from the cotton plant. Area rugs made of cotton can easily absorb and retain a wide variety of dyes which allows for the creation of a multitude of designs and colors. Cotton is typically used in conjunction with other rug fibers to create a soft feel on bare feet. Cotton rugs will last longer if they are placed in areas of low traffic as they tend to wear easily and are not stain resistant.

Jute
Jute comes from stem fiber plants mostly from India and China. When woven together jute rugs have a very nice and natural appeal. Jute is typically mixed with other rug fibers as alone it can be coarse and also at risk to staining. Jute holds well in low to medium traffic areas such as the dining room, home office, bedrooms and formal living room

Nylon
Nylon is a widely used fiber that is very resilient and is also stain and soil resistant. Nylon is the ‘go to’ fiber if you have children, animals and want a minimum maintenance rug. Nylon is soft to walk on, sit on and is affordably priced. Nylon rugs hold there shape very well in high traffic areas, under furniture and will be durable for a busy household.

Polyester
Polyester is a strong fiber that will resist wrinkles and springs back into shape. This fiber is soft to touch, resistant to stains and is fade resistant. Polyester is a durable fiber and requires minimum care and can easily be cleaned. Polyester rugs are affordably priced and will give you the soft plush feel you want in an area rug.

Polypropylene
Polypropylene is a very durable material that is mildew, soil and stain resistant. Polypropylene rugs are suitable for high traffic areas and are inherently stain and fade resistance ensuring your rugs color will not fade over time.

Seagrass
Seagrass comes from a tall plant found in wetland areas and has a naturally smooth texture. With excellent durability properties Seagrass rugs can be used in any room. Woven into simple patterns, Seagrass rugs feature a beautiful natural color and are durable and affordable; all reasons that make adding a Seagrass rug a practical decision.

Sisal
Sisal comes from the Agave Sisalana plant and works great in high traffic areas of your home. Sisal rugs are anti-static, sound absorbing, stain resistant, flame retardant and long lasting. Sisal rugs create an earthy atmosphere and are a great way to add a finishing touch to your décor at an affordable price.

Wool
Wool rugs are a beautiful and long term addition to your home. Wool is a resilient material and has superior durability than synthetic rugs. Wool is an extremely soft fiber that has great texture and a natural feel. The cost of a wool rug is higher than a synthetic rug, but it is an investment and will last a lot longer as it’s very durable and will work well in high traffic areas. So whether your home is modern, contemporary or traditional you’ll be able to find a wool rug that will look great on your floor and add a warm touch to your home!

 

 

General Maintenance
Rotate your rug periodically to avoid repetitive wear and to balance any fading from sunlight exposure. Vacuum regularly without the use of a rotary brush or a high power vacuum cleaner. Do not wait until rug gets dirty, as dust and soil will damage the fiber of the rug resulting in a shorter life. It is also necessary to agitate the pile in order to loosen the dirt which may have sunk to the core of the rug. Keep away from high moisture areas and never place rugs on damp or wet floors. Have your rug professionally cleaned annually or every second year depending on traffic.

Spills
Address spills before they set in, get absorbed or dry. Scoop up solids then absorb liquid spills as much as possible by blotting with a clean white dry cloth, DO NOT RUB as this will alter the rug’s texture.

Warranty
3 month warranty* covers all workmanship/craftsmanship, including: carving, edge finishing. This warranty does not cover: shedding, discoloration, staining & soiling. * 3 month warranty from date of original invoice.

 Specific Maintenance

Cow Hide
If staining occurs, apply a slight amount of warm water in the direction of the pile then blot without scrubbing until the stain is removed. If the stain persists, repeat the operation by applying a slight amount of warm water and mild soap. Rinse with warm water by blotting until soap residue is completely removed. Vacuum the rug once cleaned and completely dried.

Seagrass
A dry cleaning method is preferred. Wet cleaning may be used, but excessive or over wetting may contribute to color bleeding or shrinking. If you use a wet cleaning method, minimize moisture use and speed the drying process. Vacuum the rug once cleaned and completely dried.

UV Stabilized Polypropylene
If staining occurs, apply warm water then blot until the stain is removed. If the stain persists, mix warm water with a mild non-bleach laundry detergent and apply with a clean white cloth letting it soak for 5 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with warm water by blotting until soap residue is completely removed. Vacuum the rug once cleaned and completely dried.

Acrylic | Bamboo | Cotton | Jute | Rayonne | Recycled fibers | Sisal | Viscose
These fibers do not tolerate water; a dry cleaning method is preferred.

Polyester | Polypropylène | Nylon | Weardated II Durasoft® Nylon
If staining occurs, apply warm water then blot until the stain is removed. If the stain persists, use a rug cleaning product that is safe for synthetic fibers. Before using a cleaning product, test it in an inconspicuous area and make sure to follow the instruction guide. Vacuum the rug once cleaned and completely dried.

Wool | New Zealand Wool | Wool | Viscose
If staining occurs, apply warm water then blot until the stain is removed. If the stain persists, mix warm water with a mild non-bleach laundry detergent and apply with a clean white cloth letting it soak for 5 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with warm water by blotting until soap residue is completely removed. Vacuum the rug once cleaned and completely dried.