Seagrass rugs: a perfect choice for businesses

Not only is Seagrass our most cost-effective rug, it’s also waterproof, stain resistant AND stylishly textural (watch our video to see how easy it is to clean seagrass rugs.) 
So, it makes sense that businesses are choosing seagrass for their shops.
After previously having Natural Rugs in his house, Jake, the owner of Goodslice Pizza Natural, chose a Bahama seagrass runner for his restaurant.
Jake, owner of Goodslice Pizza Natural

 “This rug gets trashed. Sandy, wet, beach goers walk on this. It’s sin-proof really”.

Jake chose Bahama seagrass for its stylish weave and its hard-wearing nature. Jake’s had the rug for about a year “The weave hasn’t flattened at all”. 


Goodslice Pizza Natural is a top-notch restaurant in Adelaide, serving up high-quality pizzas with a focus on organic, natural and local ingredients. Yummmmo! 

Josephine from One Rundle Trading designed the interiors for the newly opened Davaar House of Wellness. She chose our Herringbone seagrass rug  for the magnificent main staircase. “I selected seagrass for its natural texture and hard-wearing appeal”.


 Josephine wanted to introduce seagrass into the 19th century building and was determined it wouldn’t look out of place. “Seagrass has tremendous classic appeal for contemporary spaces”. Ensuring visual consistency, Josephine chose French oakbank parkatry and Herringbone seagrass, which work fabulously together. 

Josephine, One Rundle Trading

Davaar House of Wellness is housed in Adelaide’s historic Davaar House, which has been lovingly restored. It is now a place where people can come to take care of their mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing.