Natural Floors

Coirs, Sisal, Jute and Seagrass are the natural soft floorcovering alternatives. These beautiful weaves vary from the rustic to the more contemporary. They are, once installed, unmistakably nothing like plastic carpets and become a talking point in the home. Low maintenance, non-slip, non-static they are the perfect choice for a change. Our main business is […]

Wall to Wall Installations

All our materials are able to be installed wall to wall. Bedrooms, passages, living and dining areas. Commercial areas include shops, wine cellar doors and museums. We install on a normal traffic commercial natural Hair/Jute underfelt or alternatively a “Cushionpad” made from recycled materials. Direct installation to the floor is also used.

Mats – Made to Measure

Our natural materials make the most magnificent mats with choice of size and binding material. Most of our clients arrive at the showroom, often after a long fruitless search with other retailers, to find the solution they were searching for. See the product section for mat options.


All the materials can be fitted to stairs. Clients often seek these materials as they do not ‘track’ and will survive the impact on the bull nose. Able to be used in commercial circumstances they provide an attractive non-slip alternative. (Rustic Sisal on painted stairs with folded edge against balustrade)


Many clients like to achieve that minimum look and extend the natural floorcovering from living and dining areas through to the bedrooms. Why not as the ‘tiger eye’ weaves are soft under foot and with some appropriate care will last for many years and more importantly retain their appearance. These natural materials do not ’track’ […]

Commercial Areas

Herringbone Seagrass installed at the K1 Cellar Door on the Fleurier Peninsula in South Australia. Seagrass has a natural waxy coat that resists stains from wine and food. Hard wearing, stain proof and not expensive it has rustic charm that adds warmth and charm to you visitor areas. Also used extensively in beach houses and […]

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