Overview | Benefits | Selecting Sisal | Gallery To the eye, sisal rugs are very decorative, but to the touch, it’s not nearly as pleasant. They are typically found in dining rooms and living rooms, where you usually aren’t barefoot or laying on it. These rugs are recommended for high-traffic areas, such as entryways and stairs because […]
This gallery depicts a hall and set of stairs in Dover. You can see the process from fabrication to installation. On this project we used a flat-woven, wool carpet from Merida Meridian.
Many people ask where and how sisals are used in your home. Because these natural fibers aren’t particularly soft to the touch, people are skeptical of their practicality. What people don’t know is how durable and forgiving these materials can be. Better yet, they are manufactured with inherent flaws that hide dirt, stains, and general traffic. […]
I have spent roughly one year in the carpet and rug business, and that still hasn’t been enough time to learn all the intricacies of the trade. People constantly ask me what our busiest times of the year are, what products most people gravitate toward, and what the best materials to use in different […]
What is the best kind of material used for carpeting? This is probably the most commonly asked question I have encountered since joining the carpet industry. The answer is wool, but I have blogged about that wool carpeting extensively in the past. Today I want to talk about the different kinds of synthetic carpet fibers. […]