Hard wearing and durable, sisal flooring is a popular natural flooring choice for homes across the UK. Its fibre can be spun into a range of weaves and takes well to dye, meaning a huge range of styles and shades are on offer. Sisal flooring is particularly suitable for high traffic areas such as stairs, hallways and landings. It typically lasts longer than other natural floorings, with a lifespan of around 8 years. At Knotistry we stock a huge selection of sisal carpets, stair runners and rugs. Create your own sisal rug using our rug builder.
Sisal is made from a tough, stiff fibre which is spun and woven into sisal flooring. This makes it very hard-wearing, able to stand daily use in areas such as:
Commercial areas – such as retail stores
The toughness of the material does mean that it is rougher underfoot than other natural flooring types, however it softens with use and maintenance.
Benefits of sisal flooring
Sisal flooring not only looks good, it delivers many benefits:
Match your style
Sisal as a fibre takes extremely well to dye, meaning it is available in a huge range of colours. Browse our sisal flooring range and find carpets, rugs and runners of all shades and tones. From scarlett to black to natural, sisal flooring complements any decor.
Sisal is also woven into a range of patterns. Sisal boucle is timeless and hard wearing, sisal herringbone is elegant and available in natural shades or colours, and flatweave is extremely hard wearing, making it the ideal choice for hallways, stairs and landings.
Sisal is grown without having to use harsh chemicals, making it a sustainable choice for flooring. It is also a fully biodegradable material.
Sisal’s slightly rougher feel means that it has a long lifespan. The average lifespan for sisal carpets is longer than most natural carpets, typically lasting around 8 years.
Our network of NCIF-approved fitters will ensure that your sisal flooring is installed to the highest standards, helping with durability and maintenance. As an online only store, we are able to offer some of the most competitive prices for sisal flooring in the UK, with discounts often up to 60%.