Astoria, one of our SynSisal® weaves, will create a beautiful balance between functionality and refinement in any space with its strong yet soft fibers and stylish herringbone pattern. An excellent choice for high traffic living areas, stairs, boutique businesses or commercial spaces, this weave is made to last with its durable yarns, high lightfastness, UV resistance and ECONYL® StayClean technology that prevents staining and makes clean-up effortless. Available in a neutral color palette, from cedar to mesquite, Astoria awaits your final touches.
For a polished finish, this weave can be cloth bound with your choice of natural leather or durable polyester, or choose a classic serged edge or the sleek infinity edge.
Our SynSisal® weaves are a sustainable choice in flooring and are eligible for LEED points. Made from 100% recycled materials (from fishing nets to recycled nylon carpeting to repurposed materials), these contract-grade weaves have low VOC contribution and are 100% regenerable.
Broadloom for wall-to-wall installation costs $104 per square yard. The roll width is 13' 2". For more information or to create a custom rug, please see our rug builder.
Lead time for this weave is 3-5 days for broadloom & 2 weeks for custom area rugs, plus transit time. Freight is free with all rug orders.
Country of Origin: Europe
Usage: Residential | Commercial | Hospitality | Heavy Contract
Fiber: PA6 ECONYL® StayClean (100% recycled nylon)
Construction: tight-woven, low-profile, permanently anti-static
Binding: Cloth, serged or infinity edge
Height of Goods: 0.24" or 0.61 cm
Width of Goods: 13' 2" or 4 m
Dying Process: Solution dyed
Fire Rating: Type 1 / Class A / Cfl-s1
SynSisal® is a Curran & Sisalcarpet.com exclusive brand.
ECONYL® is a virgin quality nylon yarn made entirely from recovered nylon waste, like fishing nets, fabric scraps, carpet flooring and industrial plastic from landfills and oceans all over the world.
"Sustainable textile furnishing materials can contribute to your green building practices. ECONYL carpet fibers are eligible for LEEDS points, as part of the definition of worldwide standards for eco-friendly buildings. We create performance-driven carpets and rugs while giving your clients an innovative sustainability solution."