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Uses of an Anti Fatigue Comfort Mat

Thursday, March 6, 2014 11:01:02 AM America/Los_Angeles

Your back hurts, your legs are sore, you feel tired. These are all just some of the symptoms of standing on a hard surface all day. Don't think you need an anti fatigue comfort mat? You may want to think again.

Standing on a hard surface causes stress to your feet, legs, and back. Standing for a little while is OK, but when baking cookies, cleaning your garage, or doing multiple loads of laundry, you may need a little added comfort.

At Natural Home Rugs we offer our customers three distinct varieties of anti fatigue comfort mats. Whether you pick the Mastro, the Lanai or the Fiore that is made with 100% premium quality PVC vinyl surface, you'll be getting a comfort mat that is not only sound absorbent and stain resistant, but easy to maintain (detergent and water), and is so durable so it'll last for years on end.

If you're still not convinced think about this:

- Anti fatigue mats like Natural Home Rugs' comfort mats have been shown to increase productivity. So if you're cleaning out the garage you'll get it done faster.

- Anti fatigue mats also give you more energy. That means you won't be winded after making a five course meal, you will have the energy to walk it off with an evening stroll around the neighborhood instead of crashing on the couch because you're too tired to do anything else.

- And finally, after a few uses you will realize that those aches and pains in your back due to standing on cement, hardwood floors, and tile have subsided. Your feet don't hurt nearly as much and your legs don't ache. 

You have nothing to lose when purchasing an Anti Fatigue Comfort Mats from Natural Home Rugs. With free shipping, and a 30 day return policy, you'll love your new mat, and if not, simply return it. 

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How to Modernize Your Living Space with Sisal Rugs

Tuesday, March 4, 2014 10:45:24 AM America/Los_Angeles

How to Modernize Your Living Space with Sisal Rugs

Sisal rugs have been around since the 1960s, but no carpet is better poised to turn your dull living space into a modern spectacle of interior design. It's simple and yet complex, extremely uniform but highly customizable, understated and yet capable of bringing an entire room together in ways you have never imagined. If you haven't given any thought to the wonders of sisal rugs, consider how they can add a vibrant touch of class to any home.

The Key Benefits of Sisal Area Rugs  

  • - Sisal rugs are completely natural, with fibers derived from a specialized form of agave. If you're looking for a chemical-free, eco-friendly alternative to your typical area rug, sisal is the way to go. When shopping, just make sure to buy from a reputable dealer who specializes in natural, sustainable carpeting. Even sisal can be deemed environmentally disastrous if woven through an irresponsible manufacturing process.
  • - Sisal is just about the most attractive carpeting you will find. The fibers are delicately woven together for an overall presentation that is uniform, symmetrical and almost hypnotic. But not all sisal rugs are created equal. Depending on your personal style, you can opt for a variety of gorgeous patterns and colors. 
  • - Due to the extremely dense weaving, these rugs are also extremely durable, easily capable of withstanding day-to-day foot traffic and abuse for years on end.

How to Modernize Your Living Space with Sisal Rugs

 Modernizing Your Home with Sisal Rugs

If your interior is starting to look a little outdated or just bland, you can easily spruce up the area with a sisal makeover. The first step is the most important: start shopping!

Simply by bringing sisal area rugs into your home, you're already donning your floors with a valuable touch of modern sophistication, because you're introducing a style that's not only aesthetically pleasing, but also pleasing to the environment. And while the green movement is certainly trendy at the moment, we hope that this is one trend that will never, ever go out of style, but will only continue to catch on like wildfire. Here are some other simple tips for modernizing your home with sisal: 

  • - Opt for bright colors like beige and ivory. Colors like these are warm, inviting, and even mood altering. There is one exception to this rule: If you have pets who shed, you may want to consider slightly darker colors, in order to more effectively mask the stray hairs that accumulate.
  • - Purchase a rug that's large enough to cover all of the furniture, without covering the entire floor. The flooring underneath should still be visible, at least along the perimeter of a small room.
  • Got a larger room? Use multiple area rugs of varying styles and colors to distinguish different sections of the room.
  • - Think complementary colors. Your sisal rug doesn't need to match the colors of your walls and décor, but it does need to blend nicely with those colors. So when comparing your options, always keeps the big picture in mind.

So if you're ready for a simple but profound homemaker, check out the infinite possibilities of sisal. This is one style that you'll be proud to call your own! 

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Decorating your College Dorm Room.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 4:35:22 PM America/Los_Angeles

Are you a light sleeper and keep waking up when your roommate comes in late at night? It wouldn't be a problem except you have 8 am classes. Natural Home Rugs has a simple solution that's also quite stylish. Sure you can try a noise machine or sleep with a fan on, but did you know that most natural fiber rugs such as jute and seagrass rugs are sound absorbent? That means you're less likely to hear your roommate tip toping around the room when she's walking on carpet as opposed to hardwood floors. Best of all, with the right carpet, all your other friends will be jealous of your impeccable taste.

 

Natural Home Rugs would normally recommend you get the rug first before you decorate, decorating a dorm room is a bit different. The room comes furnished with a bed, desk, and bureau and chances are you can't paint your walls. Lucky for you, most natural fiber rugs are neutral in color and therefore the chances of you finding a rug that goes with your room are really good.

Picking a rug such as jute, sisal, or seagrass is probably your best bet as they have many perks. For instance along with being sound absorbent, they are fire-retardant as well. While seagrass rugs add texture to any room while jute rugs are affordable and give off an air of elegance.

Natural fiber rugs are great because of their longevity and easy maintenance. They will easily last four years of college despite, the endless feet that tread on it and the occasional party or two. These rugs tend to be stain resistant, but if you do get a spill on them, they're easy to clean up. If a stain occurs wet a cloth and carefully blot at the stain. Your first instinct may be to rub the stain, but this will cause the stain to set and be difficult to remove. If this doesn't work try using soda water.

So before you ask to change rooms are get into a confrontation with your roommate, try getting a stylish rug that will be the talk of the floor. With so many different rugs to choose from at Natural Home Rugs, you won't have a problem selecting the one that is best for you and your roommate. Now enjoy those peaceful nights!

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Gorgeous Living Rooms with Natural Home Rugs

Monday, August 19, 2013 10:32:53 AM America/Los_Angeles

Are you looking for new ways to spruce up your living room? It's good to change your living room every few years. As your taste changes, so should your living room decor. It could be subtle changes like a paint job or drastic changes that will leave you feeling like you're in a whole other room. Either way, changes are good and often times needed. Have you recently bought a rug but it doesn't quite fit in your living room, or maybe you want to rearrange your living room but don't want to get rid of your rug. Natural Home Rugs have put together six gorgeous looks that you can incorporate in your living room.

Gorgeous Living Room

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How to Clean Your Natural Area Rug

Thursday, May 2, 2013 2:21:41 AM America/Los_Angeles

We receive many calls and emails from rug owners asking us how to clean their rugs. With the proper maintenance, rugs from Natural Area Rugs will last awhile. If you want a rug that requires minimal maintenance, we suggest a natural fiber rug. Environmentally friendly and durable, natural fiber rugs are made from hair-like materials that resemble thread. They are made from plant and animal sources as opposed to synthetic fibers which are artificial. Examples of natural fiber rugs include jute, sisal, seagrass, and wool. Seagrass, sisal, and jute rugs are the easiest to care for. We recommend vacuuming your rug once a week go with and against the weaving. If a spill does occur blot it up immediately with a dry cloth. If the stain is stubborn dampen the cloth with soda water and try again. Rubbing the stain will only expand the affected area and the stain will set. Don’t use any harsh chemicals as this could ruin your rug.

Hygienic Natural Rug

It is not recommended that you put natural fiber rugs in areas with moisture and humidity. These areas can cause the natural area rugs to expand or shrink causing damage to your rug. Therefore, the kitchen, bathroom, and basement are not good areas to place your rug. Try the living room, bedroom, or home office. If you do live in a particularly humid area, we suggest purchasing a spray protector to help the rug from absorbing moisture.

Wool rugs are a bit harder to clean than other natural fiber rugs. Begin by beating your wool rug outside with a rug beater. It’s important that you beat it hard to get out all the dirt that may be embedded in the rug. Then, proceed to sweep your rug and vacuum it twice a week. If the wool rug is placed in a high traffic area it’s recommended that the rug owner rotates the rug 180 degrees every month. If the wool rug is in a low traffic area, once a year is more than enough.

Steam cleaning is recommended twice a year, but only use water. If a spill occurs blot it up immediately with paper towels. Rubbing the stain can cause the wool to become matted over time. If a stain is particularly tough use a cleaning foam or Woolite. Never use oxygen based cleaners. These cleaners are extremely harsh and can damage your rug.

Cowhide patchwork rugs are bought for their texture and their uniqueness. No two cowhide patchwork rug is the same. Unlike the other rugs mentioned, cowhide patchwork rugs are a little harder to maintain. We don’t recommend putting a cowhide patchwork rug in a high traffic area as it will wear the rug down quickly. We also don’t recommend placing your rug in a sunny area as the sun can cause the color in your rug to fade.

Do not dry clean or machine wash your cowhide patchwork rug. Instead, brush it with a hard plastic brush. This will keep the hair soft and fluffy while removing dirt. To clean, wipe the rug with a damp cloth with mild soap. Make sure the cloth is not wet and the soap does not contain alkaline. Do not soak the rug. After you’ve cleaned it, it is important to vacuum it or give it a good shake to get out any dirt that may still be in the rug. Spill do occur and it’s important to blot up the spill with a sponge or paper towel immediately. If the stain is persistent we recommended using mild soap.

The rugs we sell are durable and are known for their longevity. When taken care of they will last you for many years. Whether you purchase a seagrass, jute, or cowhide patchwork rug, it’s important to follow these instructions carefully to get the most out of your rug.

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Custom-Cut Rugs

Wednesday, March 27, 2013 4:49:54 PM America/Los_Angeles

Natural Home Rugs offer customers different types of rugs. From sisal to wool; mountain grass to shag, there are plenty of styles to choose from. For those who cannot find the perfect rug for their house can choose to get a custom-cut rug.


Custom Rugs

 

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