Global touches in rug trends with natural themes and materials lay a perfect canvas as we embrace today’s organic modernism. Natural products across the spectrum have been at the forefront of almost everyone’s concern, so it only seems natural that this would enter the interior design market from an overall look but also at it’s core.
Laying the foundation are the earthy natural rug trends that range from sisal to seagrass and everything in-between. Whichever natural fiber you feel is most comfortable under foot, these rugs are typically affordable and can blend into any style from traditional to modern.
There was a time when sisal was the most available fiber in this category, but now this space in the market has grown to include seagrass, jute, abaca among others. More importantly we are seeing exciting patterns and colors that will liven up any room.
Seagrass, being the most stain resistant rugs, are perfect for a dining area, bedroom or areas prone to heavy traffic. We love this all white bedroom with a seagrass area rug. It creates a soft natural look that is relaxed and airy.
Jute rugs are soft underfoot and when dyed can be woven into interesting patterns like this Serena and Lily geometric in beige and white. The Jute and Chenille chevron rugs in black and white also add an ethnic splash to any room of the house.
The abaca fiber rugs are hand loomed and can not be replicated by machines. These rugs are elegant and naturally durable. The Laguna Octagonal in natural/black by Patterson, Flynn & Martin is outstanding. The attention to detail and overall aesthetics are beautiful. The Jigsaw Design team are big fans of the Laguna Parquet collection as seen below. The large scale geometrics are classic and graceful, yet fresh and new.
The Jigsaw Designers like to layer a natural fiber rug such as jute for ample coverage, and then layer it with a fun statement making rug. It adds character to the room, as well as warmth and comfort.
As taught by the late great Frank Lloyd Wright’s philosophy of architecture promoting harmony between human habitation and nature through design approaches and furnishings; the eco-friendly nod to nature expressed through natural fiber rugs are stunning and sensible.
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