A contemporary design from an artist we love collaborating with
Christine Slabb is the face behind this gorgeous design of contemporary mats. She is a local artist using her Indigenous roots to create modern Aboriginal art.
High Tide reflects an element of Christine's daily life in her hometown of Fingal, in Northern NSW. She has a long-loved tradition of strolling around and near the water each afternoon and this is her personal interpretation of the high tide at the waterhole, where the mangroves disappear.
Enjoy this recycled plastic mat wherever life takes you. Take it along with you in the boot of your car, and you'll have an ever-ready spot to sit down when you find yourself with a moment to spare, or during a quiet afternoon by the river. This contemporary runner can be used as a picnic mat, a camping mat, portable flooring, and for celebrations. They make great individual resting and relaxation mats for children.
Made from recycled materials, these contemporary mats are soft, comfortable and easy to clean. Simply shake any dirt or sand off and wipe it down with a damp cloth.
We're now exploring how we can 're-recycle' your unwanted mats! Our exciting initiative for re-purposing and re-using them is a must-read.
Name of Design
Origin of Design
Aboriginal Australian, 10% paid to artist
Origin of Artist
0.9 x 2.7m
Fabric / Materials
Recycled plastic, comes in recycled plastic packaging
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. Designed in Australia, manufactured in China or India. NOTE that sizes are +/- 5% due to weaving techniques in manufacturing and may not to be 100% as stated. If using on a slippery surface, non slip mesh recommended underneath.
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.
Not suitable for children under 3 years
- Playmat in childcare centres and kindies
- Library 'storytelling' rugs
- Spread it on the floor to catch paint spills while the kids are having fun
- Use it during school or family outings
- Sporting occasions
- Family reunions
- Perfect for the beach – sand just washes or shakes off
- Perfect for picnics in the park
- High traffic areas
- Brighten a classroom or kid's playroom
- Cover an old non-usable concrete spot and bring new life to the area
- Define a play space for children
- BBQ areas
- Dog grooming shows
- Market stalls
- Lounge room floors or hall runners
- Cultural wall art
- Wedding or other ceremonial mats
- Going bush
- Not designed for permanent, long term sun exposure as this may cause premature deterioration