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Natural Fiber Carpet®

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natural fiber carpet in entry way

Offering strength and durability with a sustainability factor, we source the best!

Sisal Fiber -
Strong, thin fibers are extracted from the spiny leaves of the Mexican agave plant called henequen. The henequen plants are grown by farmers and the leaves harvested for the life of the plant, about seven years. New replacement plants continue the growing and harvesting cycle.

Seagrass Reed -
The perennial grasses of coastal marshes are cut from the plant. The plants are native to the monsoon climates of the Pacific Ocean basin. The reeds are thick and rigid. A non-porous skin is smooth to the touch and gives a slight natural sheen.

Mountain Grass -
The perennial grasses of high altitude slopes are cut from the plant. The plants are native to the Pacific Rim Continent. The reeds are thick and rigid, taking on the appearance of wood.







Coir -
Short length fibers are extracted fro the inner husk of the coconut fruit. The abundant coconut palm tree continues to produce the fibers for the life of the tree.

Wool -
New Zealand wool is know for its high quality. In fact, it is recognized as the best fiber in the world of carpet making!

Jute -
The jute plant grows into tall canes up to twelve feet high during its growing season. Growth takes place in hot and humid monsoon climates. At harvest the fibers are separated from the wood core of the plants.



Offering strength and durability with a sustainability factor, we source the best!

Sisal Fiber -
Strong, thin fibers are extracted from the spiny leaves of the Mexican agave plant called henequen. The henequen plants are grown by farmers and the leaves harvested for the life of the plant, about seven years. New replacement plants continue the growing and harvesting cycle.

Seagrass Reed -
The perennial grasses of coastal marshes are cut from the plant. The plants are native to the monsoon climates of the Pacific Ocean basin. The reeds are thick and rigid. A non-porous skin is smooth to the touch and gives a slight natural sheen.

Mountain Grass -
The perennial grasses of high altitude slopes are cut from the plant. The plants are native to the Pacific Rim Continent. The reeds are thick and rigid, taking on the appearance of wood.











Coir -
Short length fibers are extracted fro the inner husk of the coconut fruit. The abundant coconut palm tree continues to produce the fibers for the life of the tree.

Wool -
New Zealand wool is know for its high quality. In fact, it is recognized as the best fiber in the world of carpet making!

Jute -
The jute plant grows into tall canes up to twelve feet high during its growing season. Growth takes place in hot and humid monsoon climates. At harvest the fibers are separated from the wood core of the plants.



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302 Sand Island Access Rd Honolulu, HI 96819
808.832.2000
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