Seagrass is grown in China in paddyfields flooded with seawater, dried,
converted into a thick yarn and woven into simple weaves. It is hard wearing, reasonably stain
resistant and available in two grades. It is not reccomended for stairs.
Coir comes from India and is obtained from the husk of the coconut, dried
and spun into a course fibrous yarn. It is hand woven into chunky simple weaves. It is hardwearing
but can stain.
Jute comes mostly from Bangladesh the fibre comes from the inner bark of the
Cochorous plant, the strands are dried in the sun and spun into fine soft yarn. Whilst the soft
fine feel can be tempting it is the least hard wearing of the natural fibres and the most prone to
soiling and staining.
Rugs with taped borders can be made to custom sizes in all these products