It was recognized early on for the toughness and durability of its fibres,
which could be picked apart and woven into a variety of useful materials.
Rope was still made from natural fibers until the 1950's when synthetic materials started being used. Today commonly used fibers for making rope include, manila, hemp, linen, cotton, coir, jute, nylon, polypropylene, polyethylene, Kevlar and polyester. Although thousands of years has passed since rope making was first created, how we make and use ropes today stays virtually unchanged except for the materials and technology we use.
We love the versatility of rope especially in interiors.
It can be used for a nautical vibe, french country setting,
industrial look and even in the children's room!
We think it adds a nice textured accent in any environment...