Naturals

Wool
The most popular of floor covering materials and it’s easy to see why. Wool is natural, hard-wearing, versatile and supremely soft underfoot. With its insulating properties, it’s the most luxurious and cosy floorcovering choice. It can be dyed into an array of colours and tufted into many patterns and textures. The majority of wool is sourced from the vast expanses of the mountainous regions of New Zealand where legend states that the unique altitude and seasonal rainfall produces the most luxurious form or wool, prized for its fine texture, durability and above all, purity..

.Sisal
Originally used to create strong and resilient twine, this stunning material creates graceful and exotic floor coverings. Sourced from Brazil, China and Southern Tanzania, the Sisal plant is one of nature’s true survivors – evolved to thrive in a punishing climate with little rainfall in summer. Once stripped and dried for 30 days it is ready to be crafted into the treasured floorcovering fit to grace your home..
Seagrass
Arguably the sturdiest natural material, this hardy grass has to withstand all sorts of abuse to be worthy enough to grace your home. Sourced from Vietnamese and Chinese plantations, this hardy grass has to withstand copious amounts of ocean salt, raging typhoons and the heat of the Far Eastern sun before being woven into our signature styles of Original, Herringbone and Basketweave in both Normal and Fine weaves.
.Coir
Coir is a product sourced from coconuts, grown and handpicked along the Keralan shoreline. After being suspended in water for 10 months they are beaten to separate the fibres. Once dried, cleaned and spun, the Coir is transformed into flooring as inviting as its original setting..



Jute
The Mahanadi Belt monsoon season sees an explosion of healthy, green Jute stems, made tougher by the fertile, coastal waters. Once it has been ret (immersed into slow-running water) and stripped, the fibres are ready to be weaved into a collection of gorgeous, classic designs that date back to the Nineteenth Century.