VISTOFTRug, flatwoven, natural


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A perfect fit in the hallway – the strong sisal withstands the wear and tear from people coming and going and is naturally resistant to stains from spills or dirty shoes.

Article Number904.080.09

Product details

The rug is hard-wearing and durable because it’s made of sisal, a natural fiber taken from the agave plant.

Ideal for high traffic areas like hallways since the rug is easy to vacuum and maintain.

The rug has the same pattern on both sides, so you can turn it over and it will withstand more wear and last even longer.

The material and geometric pattern work just as well in a traditional setting as in modern homes.

You will need 1 STOPP FILT rug underlay with anti-slip (2'2"x4'1") for this rug. Trim if necessary.

The rug is machine-woven.


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Article Number904.080.09
  • Use surface:

    90 % sisal, 10 % jute

    Edge fabric:

    100 % cotton

    Avoid placing the rug in damp spaces.

    Do not wash.

    Do not bleach.

    Do not tumble dry.

    Do not iron.

    Do not dry clean.

    Vacuum and rotate the rug regularly.

    Professional carpet cleaning when needed.

    Always use the standard floorhead, never the rotating brush, when vaccuming the rug.

  • Use STOPP FILT anti-slip rug underlay under the entire rug for increased safety.
  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

    By using a renewable material like sisal fiber in this product, we avoid using fossil or finite materials.


Length: 4 ' 11 "

Width: 2 ' 7 "

Thickness: ¼ "

Area: 12.92 sq feet

Surface density: 9.31 oz/sq ft

    Rug, flatwovenArticle Number904.080.09

    Length: 31 ½ "

    Weight: 8 lb 5 oz

    Diameter: 6 "

    Package(s): 1


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What is sisal?

The sisal fiber is extracted from the long, sword-shaped leaves of the sisal and has traditionally been used in ropes and strings. The fiber is durable, stain resistant and sound insulating – so it’s excellent to weave rugs with. But it’s not just the fiber that is useful, the sisal has an extensive root system that can help limit soil erosion, and what’s left of the leaves can be used for bioenergy, fertilizers and animal feed.