Cotton is the most trusted and commonly used fabric. It comes from a fluffy, plant-based fiber that grows around the seeds of the cotton plant.
It is used in flatweaves like dhurries and kilims, making it a flexible choice of décor that can be used and stored easily. Cotton breathes, is washable and can be used either indoor or outdoor.
Easy to clean
Plant-based fibers are highly versatile and can easily work with any number of styles and décor schemes.
The term refers to a variety of materials, each derived from a different source: Linen - Flax, Sisal - Agave, Sea grass - Marsh plants, Coir - Coconut husks, Abaca - Banana plants.
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Polyester is a man-made fiber that is exceptionally stain and fade resistant, but still soft and affordable. While not quite as durable as other synthetics like nylon, polyester rugs will still wear well if properly constructed.
Their relatively lower cost and stain resistance means that they are a good choice for children’s bedrooms and areas where owners may not want to invest in a more expensive option.
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Polypropylene, also known as olefin, is a man-made fiber used extensively in home décor.
While it is often seen as simply a cost-effective alternative to natural fibers, it also offers unique advantages like fade and stain resistance. Because of this, Polypropylene fibers work well in rooms like kitchens, children’s rooms, indoor/outdoor rooms and basements.