Jutes for you
If you’re looking to refresh your flooring or give it a boost, a jute rug is a fantastic option for numerous reasons, and we’re here to give you the low down on this versatile A-lister. So, what is jute? The jute plant is a fast-growing and renewable resource that produces robust fibres which can be spun to create anything from light shades to rugs without using dyes. Carry on reading for tips and tricks on styling jute rugs and why it could be your next go-to floor favourite.
Stylish, hardwearing, and kind to the environment - which gets two big thumbs up from us – jute is perfect for adding warm and earthy beauty to any room. Wonderfully versatile, its natural design can be styled to suit your look and its low maintenance too – what else could you need! The durability of this fibre means it’s ideal for anywhere in the home, including high traffic areas, so from the hallway to the office – it’s a fantastic option. If you’re looking for an extra pop of colour and style, try turning up the volume by layering with a patterned rug.
Keeping jute looking its best couldn’t be easier. Simply use the brush attachment on your vacuum to remove shedding fibres and excess dirt, or take it outside for a good shake. If you find any stray or loose fibres, carefully cut them away with scissors to keep it neat, and use an anti-slip mat to help prevent sliding and protect the underside from rough surfaces. If in doubt, all of our rugs come with a care instruction label, so always check for further guidance.
What else is great about jute?
Take the look further
If the information above wasn’t enough to get you interested in this versatile rug, there’s more. Not only are they perfect for any room, they also come in a range of sizes to suit your space. Whether you’d like a round jute rug for your living room, or a jute runner for a high-traffic hallway, there is an option for you. The neutral colour makes it effortless to style with your existing look and if you fancy a little extra, there are some fun designs to choose from too. From chevrons and striped jute patterns to contrasting hues and wool or cotton blends, you can really make this look your own.