Cool bath mats to improve your bathroom floors (and life)
From moss to weaves
Mar 16, 2018
You know what’s underappreciated? The genius of bath mats. They prevent you from slipping to an embarrassing death on your bathroom floor. They dry your feet so you don’t leave water footprints all over your hallway or bedroom floors. And, they add character and aesthetic to the simplest of bathrooms.
If you don’t have a bath mat yet, we suggest you get one asap. Here are some recommendations.
If you’re a plant-lover, this natural bath mat is a definite must-have. The moss carpet uses real living moss that feels great on your feet and sustains itself through the drops of water that fall on it. You can purchase one online or make one yourself.
You’d question their efficacy, but wooden bath mats are actually quite popular these days. They complement whatever interior design you have or don’t have. They’re also easier to maintain, no need to wash them or clean them at all.
Pop of color
Sometimes all you need is a pop of color to brighten your bathroom. Maybe get a bathmat in red and make it your own red carpet during your shower daydreams.
Get a patterned bath mat and make it the centerpiece of your bathroom.
If you just want that good ol’ fluffy feeling while drying off your feet after a shower, this classic shaggy bath mat is the way to go. Bonus: This particular design is made from recycled material. So you can try your hand at making one on your own. Just grab spare fabric and sow it on a soft carpet-like base, and voila!
If you’re rocking the minimalist life, you can go for simple but quality bath mats in neutral colors. Just like a spa.
Textured and Woven
The textures on these woven bath mats help dry your feet better and add an interesting accent to your bathroom floor. More artistry is often involved with weaves, so these suckers can cost quite a fortune. Just think of it as a hidden treasure. The last thing a thief would expect as the most expensive piece in your bathroom.
Photos courtesy of HM.com, Westelm.com, Oilboard.com, and CrateandBarrel.com
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