1 April 2018
1 April 2018
Style your home with one of our unique designer outdoor rugs.
At Recycled Mats, we've teamed up with innovative Aboriginal Australian designers to create a range of designer rugs with a difference.
These designer rugs are a floor covering made of a thick woven material but instead of the usual synthetic fibers such as nylon or polyester, our designer rugs and mats are made from 100% recycled polypropylene plastic transformed from old plastic shopping bags, medicine containers and PET drink bottles.
Our designer rugs and mats are created by local Indigenous artists for a generous commission (and the possibility of royalties if they so choose), and their manufacture has contributed to saving over one million plastic bags in the past year too!
Don’t pay thousands for a designer rug without first taking a look at our range of mats featuring Aboriginal designs, Maori Designs and South Pacific designs made by local artists. Our plastic rugs have been created with the warmer Australian and New Zealand climates in mind.
The first thing you need to do when choosing your designer rug is to measure your space with a tape measure.
With measurements in hand, we can help you decide if your space will best suit a round, rectangular, or square rug and what styles suit your dimensions.
You also need to consider what purpose this mat will serve.
Is it for:
It’s important to make sure your chosen designer rug does not overwhelm or antagonise your home. But get it right, and your home will benefit – by looking more spacious and roomy, and showcasing your style and flair to your visitors.
Once you’ve thought about all that, it’s time to choose your designer rug or mat. Visit our website to see the entire collection of our Designer Rugs and Plastic mats.
Our designers are our best assets, and we love to promote their work, both on our recycled designer mats and their other endeavours too.
We invite you to read more about the Artists behind our Designer Rugs and recycled mats to get to know them, their stories, their culture and their community.