Your home is an extension of your unique sense of style. Whether your style is contemporary, eclectic, modern or traditional, a custom sisal rug will suit. Sisal rugs have a beautifully textured feel and are an excellent choice for almost any room in your home. Creating the perfect sisal rug is as easy as 1,2,3. Select the style, border and custom size you want, then sit back and relax while we create your new custom sisal rug. With over 30 different weaves to choose from in a variety of colour options, the options are endless.
Our premium sisal rugs offer style and sophistication while also being sustainably sourced. Rather than synthetic materials such as nylon, which require fossil fuels to produce, natural sisal rugs use sustainable and renewable materials. Inspired by traditional designs, our custom sisal rugs are available in a wide variety of colours and patterns. Select from pure sisal, seagrass or a combination of sisal and wool.
So, what is sisal and where does it come from?
Sisal is one of Mother Nature’s most versatile natural fibres, it can be used to create rope, paper, dartboards, carpets, footwear, it can even be used to reinforce plastic in cars, boats and furniture. Sisal is made from the fibres extracted from the leaves of the Agave plant that is sourced from plantations across Brazil, Mexico, Kenya, Tanzania, Madagascar & China.
How to design your own custom sisal rug
Creating the perfect sisal rug is as easy as 1,2,3.
1.Choose your style
Select from over 30+ different styles
2.Choose your custom size
Select a custom size that suits your room
3.Choose your border
Select from the following border types
overlocked, 2” cotton tape, jute hessian, leather tape, tuck under or self-edge
We have a large selection of sisal samples in our showroom that you can borrow. On the other hand, we can also order a small A5 sample especially for you, once you have decided on a style.
It is not recommended to use your sisal rug outside as sisal is a natural fibre and will break down and deteriorate over time.
Yes, sisal stair runners not only look amazing but they are incredibly durable for high traffic areas such as staircases.
Yes, depending on what the fabric is you may be able to use it as the edge of your sisal rug.
The difference between mitered and square edge borders is that mitered edges are folded and joined at a 45 °angle creating an invisible stitch. This is compared to square edges where one side is joined over the other. – see border edges for images
Sisal is a durable fibre that repels dust & static making it easy to maintain, requiring only vacuuming to keep clean.