Crafted from Indian coconut husks, coir rugs are sustainably sourced, biodegradable and handwoven. Due to the coconut husk’s fibres, coir rugs are extremely durable and can withstand repeated use making them ideal for hallways. Coir’s natural look is distinctive and beautiful with rich natural hues adding warmth and texture to your interiors.
If you have the perfect coir rug in mind but haven’t been able to find it, designing your own rug is ideal. Our online rug creator allows you to design bespoke coir rugs in a variety of styles and sizes.
We also offer free samples to ensure that your custom coir rug fits your décor before you place your order.
A coir rug is a type of natural fibre rug made from the husk of coconuts. Coir fibres are strong, durable, and naturally resistant to moisture and pests. This makes coir rugs a good choice for high-traffic areas, such as entryways and kitchens. Our custom coir rugs are also a popular choice for outdoor use, as they can withstand the elements.
Here are some of the benefits of coir rugs:
Coir carpet is a very durable material that can last for many years with proper care. However, the lifespan of a coir carpet will depend on several factors, including the quality of the carpet, the amount of traffic it receives, and the climate it is exposed to.
In general, coir carpet can be expected to last for 5 to 10 years. However, with proper care, some coir carpets can last for 15 years or even longer.
Here are some tips for extending the lifespan of your coir carpet:
Coir doormats offer several advantages over traditional doormats, including:
The main disadvantage of coir doormats is that they can be rough on bare feet. However, this can be easily mitigated by placing a small rug or mat in front of the coir doormat.
Yes, you can vacuum a coir mat. Vacuuming is a great way to remove dirt and debris from the mat. However, it is important to use a low-suction setting and avoid using a beater bar, as this can damage the coir fibres.
We offer a wide variety of rugs, including coir rugs. They also offer free coir samples from companies such as Alternative & Crucial Trading, so that you can try out the material before you buy.