Aboriginal Design Recycled Mat, Teal & White
6% OFF RRP $174.95
Need a giant sized mat? This 3.6 metre mat featuring palm trees is our biggest yet!
Take a look at this two-toned recycled plastic mat featuring palm trees and hibiscus flowers in the colourway of orange and purple. This is truly a dream addition to any summer holiday trip. Created in collaboration with our much loved Aboriginal Artist Christine Slabb the Tropical Dayz mat is big enough for the whole family to laze on, or bag it for yourself!
Create buzz by taking your instagram selfies on this beautiful vibrant mat on the best beaches in this country. Or head inland to find pockets of nature, shining waterfalls, dewy rainforests, and sun-lit streams and set up camp with your mat there. This recycled plastic mat is the soft cosy solution to solve your seating dilemmas on hardy bushwalks.
Whatever takes your fancy, beach or bush, this mat, at 3.6 metres in diameter, will fit all your friends, plus there's room to lay out your nibbles and snacks too. (Keep all that yummy food up high and out of harm's way with one of our superb Summer Picnic tables!)
Pair this groovy picnic mat with our turkish towels in a ray of pastel hues to keep the sun off delicate shoulders.
This family-sized plastic picnic rug is available now for purchase.
Recycled plastic, comes in a strong 100% recycled polyester carry bag worth $18.95!
These mats are reversible. Photos show both sides of the same mat. Mat colours may differ slightly from the images shown due to the different inks used in individual print runs.
All our floor mats have been made to the best attainable standards from UV treated recycled polypropylene. Follow our guide to mat maintenance for cleaning and storage instructions. Our floor mats and playmats are suitable for indoor and outdoor use, but extensive exposure to sun or rain will lead to fading and deterioration over time.
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.