Top Picks: 6 Natural Fiber Wonders

Our shelves are filled with so much natural fiber goodness: sisal baskets, jute rugs, linen kitchen towels…the list goes on! Natural fiber items are understated and humble, yet they can fit in almost any interior setting and just about any room—whether it be modern, contemporary, traditional, or eclectic. Our picks below each have a timeless, casual elegance about them that exude warmth without sacrificing on style.

Take a gander and see which natural fiber speaks to you!

5 Ways to Include Natural Fiber in Your Decor - Discover, a blog by World Market

1. Linen Grommet Top Curtains

Why We Love It: From casual boho to polished transitional, linen curtains can define a window and let light in softly with softness and ease.

2. Basket Weave Jute Rug

Why We Love It: Textured with a chunky plain weave, a rug like this pairs well with hardwood floors or makes a great backing for more vibrant rugs like kilims or antique rugs.

3. Woven Fiber Placemats

Why We Love It: Take your cue from tropical homes and country cottages, and bring home a set of these ramie fiber placemats. They look great when paired with ornate dinnerware, yet still work wonders when used with classic white plates and sleek serveware.

4. Seagrass Sarah Baskets 

Why We Love It: Store magazines to toys and doodads to towels in these textured workhorses for the home. Bonus: Each basket is handcrafted, so no two pieces are exactly alike.

5. Bamboo Bath Mat

Why We Love It: Water-resistant and renewable bamboo helps turn a quotidian bath to a spa experience.

6. Indigo Blue Washed Jute Table Runner

Why We Love It: Add texture, color and interest with a runner that dresses up a table without covering it entirely. This functional runner in a striking indigo hue packs a colorful punch against any table.

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