Sisal is another natural fiber material that is widely used for producing rugs. It is extracted from the leaves of the Agave Sisalana plant and is often referred to as grass hemp. This biodegradable plant, like bamboo and hemp, can be cultivated without chemicals and is commonly grown in Brazil and Africa. Sisal has long, fine fibers that allow it to be made into smooth textured yarn that is flame retardant and long lasting. Durable, anti-static, and easy to clean, this eco-friendly rug makes a great option for a natural décor look.