Rugs woven of natural plant fibers that were originally used as doormats. Jute is grown in areas of southern Asia. The fibers are then stripped from their stalks and can be spun into yarn or rope.
A synthetic fiber made from alkenes. Advantages of olefin are its strength, colorfastness, comfort, stain, mildew, abrasion and sunlight resistance. Also referred to as polypropylene.
Construction: Machine Made
Rugs woven on power-looms controlled by a computer. The computer controls which colors are woven into the fabric and where. Machine-made rugs can be made quickly, and are offered in many materials including heat-set polypropylene, art silk wool and synthetic.
Description: This collection is made in Turkey of Olefin with Jute backing.
(Savannah Drayton Burgundy Contemporary Olefin Jute Rug)