14 October 2018
14 October 2018
Have you seen our gorgeous recycled polypropylene rugs made from 100% recycled plastic? Not only are they 100% recycled plastic, they are also UV treated for long-lasting durability. You can now picnic, style your home or garden, or laze about on the beach in style while saving the planet too. They come in square, rectangle, round and runner shapes too.
Designed in Australia, the recycled polypropylene rugs and mats feature the artwork of Australian Indigenous, New Zealand Maori, and Pacific Islander artists.
Owner and founder of the company Recycled Mats, JJ works with each individual artist to bring their vision to life. All artists aim to share their culture and stories through their artwork designs. Manufactured offshore in China and using plastic that would otherwise end up in landfill, recycled mats come in all kinds of sizes, shapes and colours. All recycled mats are reversible, meaning you get two colour choices for the price of one too. However, the consistent theme is that all of JJ's recycled mats feature a stunning, colourful, and eye-catching design that tells a story of local culture.
Importantly, recycled polypropylene mats are not just nice to look at – the plastic mat is soft and comfortable, hard-wearing, mould resistant, easy to pack up, and easy to clean. These lightweight mats are a cinch to carry, and cleaning them is no hassle. Just use a broom or a dustpan brush to sweep sand and grass off the recycled mats. Another option is to hose the recycled mats down after each use – recycled mats are quick dry. Recycled mats fold up to fit inside a carry case, making them easy to store until next time you need them too. Recycled mats keep you clean and comfortable and make you easy to spot in a crowd.
Colourful Recycled mats are perfect for:
Recycled polypropylene mats are sustainable and support the planet too. How, you might ask? Well, did you know that "Recycled Mats" has recycled over 1,000,000 used plastic shopping bags in 2016 alone - bags that otherwise would have ended up in landfill. Now you can have stylish AND sustainable in one beautiful and practical product for the home.
We are proud of our dedication to ethical manufacturing, the use of recycling and "upcycling", and their commitment to fair trade practices. Recycled Mats is a proud signatory to the Indigenous Art Code too, which ensures we uphold ethical and transparent business dealings with Indigenous visual artists. But our most important validation comes from our customers.
We love knowing that our stylish recycled polypropylene mats have now found homes in schools, early learning centres, libraries, hotels, and houses across Australia. When you buy from Recycled Mats, your contribution helps to support Indigenous families, other small businesses, and local communities. This is why we do what we do.
Did you know that some of Australia’s most recognisable businesses, personalities, arts organisations, theme parks and zoos, local councils, tourism destinations, and community organisations are fans of our recycled mats too? We are proud to have sold recycled plastic outdoor rugs/mats to:
Our Recycled plastic outdoor rugs have featured on Channel 7 and Channel 9 News with PM Malcolm Turnbull, and in the Gold Coast Bulletin. A sharp-eyed reader also spotted one of our Aboriginal Designs, the Campfire Mat, at the wedding of My Kitchen Rules star, Pete Evans to Nicola Robinson, along with the Aroha Maori designs mat that was used as their Wedding Aisle runner.
Outdoor plastic mats are bringing families, children, colleagues and students together all over Australia and the team at Recycled Mats loves that the most!
Take a look at the range of Recycled Polypropylene Rugs and Mats by Recycled Mats and choose your favourite. There's so many wonderful colours and designs, we bet it won't be easy!