Dimensions: 46 x 71 x 0.6cm thick
Inspired by the sharp contrast and mesmerising motion of a cascading row of dominoes, the variegated stripes of this easy-care floor mat are at once dynamic and serene. Lines of varying widths create an ombré effect that is heightened when viewed at a distance.
With the sturdiness of an all-weather doormat and the plush good looks of a rug, Shag mats bring texture and traction to any space. They are made by tufting the TerraStrand yarns onto a primary backing and then bonding this looped top layer to a sturdy, slip-resistant base of hardworking vinyl, eliminating the need for a rug pad.
Made to retain their rich textures and distinctive hues through many years of use, Shag mats are quick to dry, free of phthalates, and resistant to staining, fading, mould, mildew, and chlorine. They are ideal for entryways, mudrooms, kitchens, bathrooms, porches, patios, pool areas, and beyond.
Surface: Looped TerraStrand yarns. Resistant to mould, mildew, and chlorine
Backing: Waterproof, non-skid vinyl; no rug pad needed.
Easy to clean: Shake out, vacuum or hose off with water and hang to quickly dry. Mould, mildew and chlorine resistant. Quick drying.
Made in the USA
Please note that on striped mats, the stripes run:
- parallel to the long side on 46 x 71cm doormats and the 91 x 152cm mats
- parallel to the short side on the 61 x 91cm mats and 61 x 183cm runners.
Sandy Chilewich has a unique and personal design aesthetic that revolutionised two distinct industries and, indeed, the modern design world. She is a true entrepreneur and a leader in the business of design, having taken the style conscious consumer from legwear to tableware - quite a leap, but the translation appears effortless.
One of the highlights of her design career is the Raybowl - introduced in 1997, the bowls are made from netting (usually found in lingerie). The bowl uses a simple yet highly inventive mechanism to transform the fabric into a concave shape. In this same experimenting vein Sandy looked at Vinyl - commonly considered to be an industrial material - and saw the possibility for placemats, flooring, fashion accessories and more. Through combining style with the durability inherent in these materials Sandy has opened up a world of possibilities! Sandy continues to seek new uses for existing textiles and weaves, working out of a New York City studio.
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