Popularity of natural fiber rugs and wall coverings increases with availability and a quest for the natural aesthetic
While design trends have not turned back to thatched roofs and dirt floors, there is something distinctly desirable about a more varied, less mechanically perfected look. And because people are asking for it more, more choices are becoming available.
“We have always carried sisal and jute carpets and had consistent demand from interior designers,” says Mike Smith, an account manager at ProSource Wholesale Flooring in Cincinnati, OH. “But until now, there were severe time delays in getting the product from the supplier. Today, we can get natural fiber rugs shipped in as little as two days, with more competitive pricing.” Read the rest of this entry »
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