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Sometimes It’s About Floors

on July 5, 2017

 

WOVEN JUTE

My first encounter ever with jute was in the 1970’s when I owned a plant shop and everyone went bananas over macrame plant hangers. Remember those? I had no idea what it was really. Just knew it was some tough stuff. Next to cotton it is the second most important vegetable fiber and that makes it very hardy.  It won’t fade with a lot of sun exposure and it has great insulating properties. If you are needing an area rug, check these out at Best Home Fashion.  The perfect size – 5 by 8 – to fit almost anywhere, and with just the right pop of color. Look forward to a 20 % discount right now! 

Jute fibers from the tall green stalk can measure over 10 feet. Twisting or braiding them makes them really strong.

 

WOOL AND JUTE STRIPE

I have just the spot for one of these in my sunroom/office. Now I need to decide which one I want. Head over to Best Home Fashion soon to pick out yours while they are on sale!


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