Imagine, for a moment, that you walk into an apartment: philodendron leaves in a hand-thrown ceramic pot, nice; some Scandinavian-looking sofa, chic; stacks of literary magazines, intimidating. But then you go to pee, and — oh, no: A yellowed shower curtain! A strange bowl of potpourri! Let me tell you: That living room is not going to look as good as it did before you went to the bathroom. But here’s the good news: In a Lilliputian-city bathroom, a single, stylish object can be transformative. And a single, stylish bathroom object is often far less expensive than say, a single, stylish living room object. One (easy, impactful) such object? A bath mat. We’ve found a bunch that’ll keep your bathroom above par.
A little polka-dotted number.
Simple and handsome.
More of a bath kilim.
I’ve scoured: This is decisively the coolest bath mat on the internet.
Unfortunately this design is out of stock, but the “Souvenirs” bathmat is very cool and very similar.
Also from Cold Picnic: A cult favorite.
A spa-ish choice.
A riff on the classic white mat.
For the bath-mat minimalist.
Cheerful and chenille!
Unfortunately this out of stock from Spring, but still available from Land of Nod here.
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