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Hardworking, beautiful and functional modern indoor/outdoor mat. Ideal for use in kitchens, bathrooms, mudrooms, outdoor terraces, patios, pool areas and entryways.
Dimensions: 53 x 91 x 0.6cm thick
The shag mats are tufted for a textured 'looped' look then bonded to a durable vinyl backing which helps to minimise slipping while preventing water from migrating to underlying surface. No rug pad needed.
Easy to clean: Shake out, vacuum or hose with water and hang to dry. Mould, mildew and chlorine resistant. Quick drying.
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 /p>
- 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.