Seagrass makes rich, stylish carpets and rugs that are full of texture and character. Its natural tones add warmth to any room. Seagrass displays many of its natural properties when used as a carpet or rug, including a beautiful waxy sheen. It is also very easy to maintain, resisting spillages better than other natural flooring. Its hard blades mean that it’s easy to sweep up - perfect for a busy family home. At Knotistry we stock a range of seagrass flooring including carpets, and bespoke rugs, all with up to 60% off. Explore the range below, or try our rug creator. Alternatively, read more about seagrass here.
Seagrass flooring is an attractive and practical choice of natural flooring for your home. Made by weaving a yarn spun from the dried leaves of the seagrass plant, it continues to hold many of its natural qualities when fitted in your home.
Seagrass carpets, runners and rugs are suitable for medium domestic use, including:
It is not advised to use in the kitchen, bathroom or stairs.
Benefits of seagrass flooring
Seagrass flooring delivers many benefits to homeowners.
This flooring holds many of its natural properties when it is in your home. One of the side effects is a natural oil secretion, which gives it a waxy coating and a beautiful sheen. This means that the carpet can become slippery, meaning it’s not ideal for stairs.
Most seagrass flooring is backed with latex, meaning the whole product (carpet and backing) is natural.
The blades of ‘grass’ that are used to make seagrass flooring have tiny air holes. This means the flooring is insulating, keeping in heat, and also absorbs sound.
Easy to maintain
Seagrass is made of material that is not naturally porous, meaning it’s not as susceptible to water staining as other natural flooring options, although any spillages should be cleaned up as soon as possible! The hard fibres also mean that it is relatively easy to sweep clean, perfect if you have a young family or furry pets.
Seagrass carpets, runners & rugs from knotistry
We stock a range of natural seagrass flooring at knotistry, including carpets, runners and rugs.