Anji Mountain Eco Friendly Rugs Now at SensoryEdge

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SensoryEdge adds Anji Mountain Rugs to their growing lineup of flooring solutions. When looking for a rug consumers want quality and style. Anji Mountain Rugs provide both but they take it a step further by providing rugs that not only look great but that are eco-friendly as well. Today it is very trendy to say that a product is good for the environment but when you look closer most of these claims are just that - claims nothing more. Anji Mountain Rugs go beyond the hype using sustainable materials like Bamboo, Jute, and Grass.

SensoryEdge is proud to announce the addition of Anji Mountain Rugs to their online catalog. "We have developed relationships with leading educational carpet manufacturers and offered our customers the best rugs available for their classrooms, We have been looking to add new area rugs for the home and we finally found what we were searching for with Anji Mountain," says Alycia Shapiro of SensoryEdge.

Anji Mountain Rugs provides area rugs that not only look great but that are eco-friendly as well. Today it is very trendy to say that a product is good for the environment but when taking a closer look most of these claims are just that - claims nothing more. Anji Mountain Rugs go beyond the hype. They use sustainable materials like Bamboo, Jute, and Grass. These materials grow with without the need for pesticides or fertilizers. Bamboo has an inherent, naturally-occurring antifungal, antibacterial agent called "Bamboo Kun” so no pesticides will come in contact with skin. Also, once bamboo fibers are spun into yarn they are hypoallergenic so bamboo rugs are great for allergy sufferers.

Many believe that rugs made of bamboo are the best products for those with any breathing or respiratory problems because the bamboo/cotton blend is naturally anti-bacterial and antimicrobial. Anji Mountain’s Jute, Sisal, and Seagrass rugs are made in the time-honored style by artisan weavers. Finally, their Mountain and River grass area rugs are made from grass harvested in a traditional manner using hand and sickle. These naturally raised grasses require no pesticides or fertilizers, just sun and rain until it is harvested and woven into durable organic area rug.    

Anji Mountain rugs are made from sustainable materials like Bamboo, Jute, River and Mountain Grasses, Seagrass and Sisal then processed in an eco-friendly manner. Anji Mountain uses mostly undyed and unbleached fibers for their natural fiber area rugs. Their Bamboo rugs are colored using exclusively Azo-free dye, which is non-toxic and friendly to the environment. These earth-conscious natural production techniques are much better for people with allergies or other breathing related health concerns. Sisal, for example, is anti-static so it does not attract dust. "At SensoryEdge always is looking for products that not only add style and function but that add value. Anji Mountain is a welcome addition to our business and we believe that these rugs will make every home healthier, cleaner, and more stylish," continues Shapiro

About Anji Mountain Bamboo Rug Company:
Anji Mountain Bamboo Chairmat & Rug Co.® was founded in 2003 and has established itself as one of the finest source of bamboo and natural fiber flooring products on the market today. This family run business is founded on the principle that only sustainable uses of the earth’s natural resources can be tolerated. The diverse assortment of materials reveals magnificent natural fibers at play. When considering a rug by Anji Mountain we are supporting the ecologically responsible practice of regulating sustainable bamboo forests instead of clear-cutting old-growth hardwood forests.

About SensoryEdge:
SensoryEdge is a family owned & operated small business that has traditionally specialized in area rugs, waiting room toys, and therapy products. As a family we struggled with issues related to raising a special needs child. We wanted to find a way to bring all the products and knowledge we had been introduced to by our son’s therapists so that others could benefit from the things we had learned. With this in mind, we started SensoryEdge in 2003 with a mission to help parents of kids with special needs find therapy products and sensory toys. We soon found that parents of typical kids loved the quality and affordable prices of our selection. This realization led us to expand our store into flooring, furniture and wall décor. please visit SensoryEdge on the web at

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