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The palm tree has been an important plant to mankind since antiquity. The ancient Mesopotamians grew palm trees to cultivate dates. Today, it is a commonplace sight in American states like California and South Carolina. With the palm tree designs on this half-circle doormat, you can bring this much-loved tree into your house and garden.
Eco-Friendly Doormat: When you buy this natural coir doormat, you can rest easy knowing that you have helped the environment. The coir that makes up this outside door mat is 100% natural and eco-friendly. Harvested from the husks of coconuts, coir has no negative impact on the environment and is the preferred material for products that need to be tough and sustainable.
Handmade by Artisans: These coir dirt trapper mats are handmade by South Asian artisans who work with their families in community-based cottage industries. The palm trees were hand-painted with an eye for detail. Buying this beautiful half-circle doormat will show your support for these artisans!
Cleans Shoes, Traps Dirt: The coir bristles that make up the midsection of this outside door mat are perfect for scraping dirt and mud off of shoes before they come inside the house. The dirt particles are trapped in the coir material until they are cleaned out.
Resists Moisture: If this natural coir doormat is placed outdoors, it will eventually come across wet weather conditions. Luckily, coir is a material that works great in wet conditions. Mold and mildew won't be able to touch it.
1in x 18in x 30in
An easy-to-clean dirt trapper mat, simply brush or vacuum
1" x 18" x 30
Shake, Vacuum or Rinse to Clean
Brown; tan; green
Natural and Bleached Coconut Fiber; Coconut Fiber Thread; Emulsion Paint
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