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About Seagrass Rugs
Seagrass rugs are a great addition to any piece of furniture and will only serve to wow onlookers.
Seagrass rugs are crafted from the finest natural fibers available; ensuring a long lifespan and virtually no physical degradation. Seagrass is cultivated in China and is characterized by it's luminescent green color. As indicated by it's name, the grass thrives in it's natural habitat which is water. It's color fades over time, but it's vitality doesn't. This allows craftsmen who weave seagrass rugs to design only the most durable rugs around.
Seagrass Rugs Texture
Despite seagrass being extremely taut and firm, it also has a very smooth texture. This allows contact with this material to feel all the more enjoyable. These rugs are best placed under a coffee table, bar stool, rocking chair or any other piece of furniture where it can be admired and not obscured from view. Seagrass rugs will only complement a piece of furniture's beauty by bringing out it's natural hues and magnifying them.
Finding Seagrass Rugs
Finding the right rug for you shouldn't be a problem. All that's required is to choose a piece of furniture that you want it's beauty accentuated, and voilą, the task is complete. You now have a rug that doesn't clash with any other furniture, but interact with it seamlessly. Cherish longevity with a beautiful selection of Seagrass Rugs.
Seagrass Rugs Selection
Seagrass area rugs come in a variety of shapes and sizes as well as colors and designs.
Seagrass area rugs are made from 100 % natural fibers. The seagrass itself is a tall plant with grass like stems that can be found in most wetland areas. This plant can be recognized by its wheat like smell and appearance. Some people have found that seagrass itself has more of a hay-like smell but it all depends on the area in which it is found. Seagrass area rugs also come in a variety of colors. Colors of seagrass range from sage green to more of an olive color.
Seagrass Rugs Feeling
Seagrass area rugs have a smooth gentle feeling to them. They are very soft to the touch and feel very nice on the skin. This softness is due to the non-porous surface that gives the rug its nice smooth appearance. However, while the area rug might seem to soft and smooth to the touch these rugs have been found to be quite hard and durable. They withstand the test of time.
When first purchased seagrass area rugs seem to have a distinct odor attached to them. This is the odor that is attached the plant. Seagrass itself has a tendency to maintain is odor but after the rug has been unrolled you will find that the odor will begin to disappear and will eventually be gone altogether.