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Posted: 20 Sep '17

Flooring Superstores Regina shares some Natural Carpet Fiber Options

Trent and our Trusted team at Regina's Flooring Superstores have established a strong and loyal customer base through our commitment to excellent customer service. By being part of the powerful buying group that is the Flooring Superstores chain, we are also able to provide quality Regina floor coverings at unbeatable prices. In our latest blog article we wanted to share is about the options for natural fibre carpets! 

Samples of color of a carpet


Natural Carpet Fiber 

Wool, Seagrass, Jute, Sisal and Coir


One of the major forces in flooring design is the use of natural materials. That is because people are rejecting the man-made manufactured mold of modern design in interiors, in favor of styles that connect the space to the living beauty of the natural world

While most carpeting is made up at least partially of synthetic fibers, there are a few choices that are entirely natural. These are prized for their rich textures, their authentic natural weave, and the fact that they are made from...

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    Wool Carpet

    wool carpet pictures

    Wool is the most common natural fiber flooring and is used in both carpets and rugs. This material is strong, resistant to stains, resistant to piling, resistant to fire, and has a coating that causes small amounts of water to bead up on its surface. Wool is also a wonderful choice as an insulating floor because its individual fibers tend to catch and retain air. This means that it has both sound and heat insulation properties.

    Despite the fact that small spills will be deflected by the...

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    Seagrass Carpeting

    picture seagrass carpets

    Seagrass is a smooth anti-static carpet floor covering that is made from all natural plant fibers. The crop it is manufactured from is grown like rice, planted in paddy fields which are flooded with seawater each year at the growing season. That is why it is called Seagrass.

    The tough fibers of this material are nearly impermeable, which means that it is resistant to stains, dirt, and discoloration. Unfortunately, that also means that it is not able to be dyed or colored by the manufacturer.

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    Coir Carpets

    natural coir carpeting

    An inexpensive natural carpet material, coir is manufactured from the husks of coconuts. It is a coarse material that has a naturally rustic look that is prized in cottage and log cabin style settings. However, it can also be woven into more sophisticated patterns such as diamond, basketweave, and herringbone.

    Generally used in the manufacture of sacks and doormats, the abrasive texture of Coir makes it unsuitable for areas such as bedrooms, or children’s rooms where you want a soft comfortable..

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    Jute Carpeting

    a picture of jute carpeting

    Jute is manufactured from a plant which grows in the subtropical portion of the Asian subcontinent. The plant is soaked in water, and then its stalks are stripped to make the individual fibers. It is most commonly used in the making of rope and as a carpet backing material.

    Jute is one of the softest and most inexpensive natural fiber carpet flooring choices available. Unfortunately, its soft surface means that it is not very durable, and it can suffer from wear and tear quite easily. 


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    Sisal Carpets

    sisal carpeting pic

    Sisal is a soft yet durable natural fiber carpet that is relatively easy to dye, making it a very versatile flooring design material. This means that it can stand up to high traffic areas without being coarse or uncomfortable underfoot.

    Available in a wide variety of colors and patterns, Sisal can be used in almost any room of the house. However, precautions do have to be taken in moist liquid environments. The fact that Sisal can be so easily dyed also means that it can be stained, and will require treatments to make it resistant to dirt and spills. Sisal is also relatively expensive, and will generally cost more than coir, although less than wool.