Bespoke Rugs

Seagrass - Strong and resistant, a simple and natural alternative for beautiful floors throughout the home.  As the name implies seagrass is indeed a grass which is simply spun to make a strong yarn suitable for weaving.  Suitable for use just about anywhere it is a strong and naturally stain resistant fibre.

Coir - The coir fibre derives from the coconut and s a distinctly coarse textile, which compliments soft interior furnishings.  Its outstanding durability and texture make it the superior choice for halls, stairways and other areas of high useage.  The husk from the coconut is removed and softened in the sea water and pounded with stone to remove the woody portion.  The remaining coarse fibres are combed and dryed before being woven into the coir yarn.

Sisal - Sisal is one of the most popular ranges, due to its natural strength and distinct weaves.  This hard wearing flooring is recommended throughout the home.  Relaxed and warm weaves enhance bedroom and living areas, whilst tighter weaves lend themselves perfectly to halls and stairways.  The plant is grown in East Africa and Brazil and is traditionally used for making ropes.  The pulpy leaves are crushed, washed, dried and graded to extract the fibres and spun into a yarn.  This yarn is then used to create an array of weaves and one of our most diverse ranges.

Wool - Wool is available in a range of weaves, textures and shades.  The highest grade Wool is used to create distinctive patterns and finishes, which are available in a range of pure, natural colours.  Choose from 100% pure Wool or a mixture of Wool and Sisal to create a soft and coarse contrast, a mixture of Wool and Linen for a refined texture, or even a mixtgure of Wool and Jute.

Jute -  Jute is the finest and softest of all the natural fibres creating a warmth and natural lustre to compliment its surroundings.  Silky to the touch, it is perfect for those light wearing areas where luxury and comfort are in the greatest demand.  It is grown in the humid regions of Bangladesh and India.  The jute fibres in the middle of the stalk are harvested by hand, washed and dried in the sun, before being spun into yarn.