Carpeting & Rugs

Liza Phillips Design

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Liza Phillips Design provides clients with a distinctive line of area rugs made by Tibetan weavers in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. Materials used by the Designer include wool, silk, hemp and nettles sourced from that area. The firm is an active member of GoodWeave, a non-profit organization fighting child labor and seeking to improve the lives of children working in the rug industry.

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Armadillo Rugs

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Armadillo, based in Australia, offers an extensive line of sustainable, artisan-made area rugs in a wide variety of natural colors. The primary materials used are wool, jute and viscose, either alone or in combination.

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Nature’s Carpet

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Nature’s Carpet is an international distributor of broadloom and area rugs made from 100% sheep’s wool, a rapidly renewable resource. Products are classified according to a “Green” spectrum; the most sustainable product lines have undyed wool with no chemical additives; low VOC emissions; natural jute backing and natural latex adhesive. The carpeting meets LEED requirements and is a good choice for people with a wide variety of chemical sensitivities.

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Mohawk Carpeting

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Mohawk has led the industry in developing and manufacturing sustainable carpeting. Many of its sustainable designs are drawn directly from patterns that occur in nature. Mohawk carpets are Living Building Challenge Petal certified, included in Mindful Materials and are LBC “Red List” Free. Mohawk is also the flooring industry’s largest recycler of plastic bottles, which are repurposed into yarn used to make its “Everstrand” brand carpeting.

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