Sea-grass rugs are typically bound with cotton or leather and backed with latex, so while they’re not reversible, they do stay put. Pros: Sea grass is stain-resistant and incredibly durable. It also feels better beneath bare feet than sisal, so it’s a great choice for kitchens and bathrooms.
The fibers of seagrass are non-porous and naturally repel water, so these rugs are incredibly durable and stain-resistant. They are also particularly popular because of their soft fibers (which are kinder on your feet than those of sisal).