Aboriginal Design Recycled Mat, Yellow & Black
9% OFF RRP $109.95
Kia Ora is an expression meaning ‘good health’ for Maori people and has become a popular, informal greeting for New Zealanders.
Make your guests feel welcome from the moment they set foot in your door with a sturdy, stylish Australian Made Kia Ora mat.
Kia Ora door mat is easy to care for, easy to clean, and easy to move. These door mats are made from recycled rubber, which means they are dirt proof. Wipe away dust and dirt with a clean sponge or cloth, or give them a robust shake.
These mats are 6mm thick, with vibrant colours imprinted using the latest high-tech processes. For extra protection, they’re also treated with Stain Guard before they arrive at your door making them durable and well protected from weather and spills.
The Kia Ora door mat comes in ever-popular black and white to match any décor. Celebrate your Kiwi connections at home, or match this with some of our stylish larger New Zealand design mats. They are the perfect way to introduce Kiwiana, and talk about the spirit of the Silver Fern, and what that means in relation to goal setting and community.
Australian Made Licence ID 10835 Global Kids Oz Trades as Recycled Mats
Recycled car tyres and PET plastics
May be cleaned with warm soapy water. May be used both outdoors or indoors, but is recommended to not be left in direct UV sunlight as fading may occur over time.
Not suitable for children under 3 years
Loved it!!By: marcelle morgan on 14 January 2017I actually purchased mat for a friends birthday when it arrived i wanted to keep it for myself! Loved it and my friend loved it to
Kia Ora Recycled Door matBy: Andrea Mitchell on 12 December 2016Very happy with my new door mat, good value, order delivered on time and has already had lots of positive comments from friends and family, thank you!
Thank you.By: Lyn on 25 July 2016Our welcome door mats are even betta than we could of imagined.
Recycled Mats is a proud long-term member of the Indigenous Art Code, which ensures transparent, fair and ethical business trade in works of art by Indigenous artists.