Herringbone Seagrass Featured in Traditional Home Magazine

Hemphill’s Rugs & Carpets has been selling seagrass for wall to wall installation for well over a decade.  The above photo from the May 2012 issue of Traditional Home shows a herringbone weave of seagrass installed.  Most seagrass products have a simple latex back.  However, our seagrass products for installation have an attached urethane cushion for a more luxurious feel and better wear.  The herringbone pattern is offered with attached urethane cushion for the first time.  In fact, we have some installed in our showroom.

Our selection of natural fiber products in unsurpassed.  We offer seagrass, jute, abaca, sisal, and blends of the aforementioned in products for both installation and area rugs.  Our finish binding option selections are equally impressive: jute, espadrille stripe, suede, tapestry fabric, chenille, braided jute, cotton, microfiber, linen, stamped leather, faux leather, distressed leather. smooth leather, and more.

HEMPHILL’S RUGS & CARPETS  230 EAST 17TH STREET COSTA MESA, CA 92627    www.RugsAndCarpets.com

Serving all of Los Angeles and Orange Counties.  Shipping Nationwide.

Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Costa Mesa, Corona del Mar, Laguna Hills, Ladera Ranch, Mission Viejo, Tustin, Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano, San Clemente, Fountain Valley, Long Beach, Seal Beach, Bel Air, Los Angeles, Brentwood, Westwood, Hollywood, Marina del Rey, Venice, Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach, Belmont, Los Alamitos, Monarch Beach,


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