Bath mats

4 items total
Bathroom rug TWIN 60 x 100 cm, dark grey, Blomus
99,90 €
Bathroom rug TWIN 60 x 100 cm, sand, Blomus
99,90 €
Bathroom rug TWIN 60 x 60 cm, dark grey, Blomus
64,90 €
Bathroom rug TWIN 60 x 60 cm, sand, Blomus
64,90 €

Bath mats – no more cold bathroom floor

What is a bath mat used for?

The bathroom is one of the most crucial rooms in any home, and it is where we spend quite a bit of our time every single day. Bathrooms can be both functional and elegant, and a bath mat is one of the accessories that can add stylish comfort to this area.

Bath mats are a bathroom essential that can bring elegance as well as functionality to your area. They are an essential component of any bathroom, providing a soft, absorbent platform to tread on when exiting the tub or shower, which is why at Kulina, we've carefully picked the best bath mat for you from the renowned brands such as Blomus.

What is the difference between bath mats and rugs?

Bath mats and rugs can be used in the bathroom to enhance comfort and aesthetic, but there are some important distinctions between the two which is their intended function.

Bath mats are intended for use in the bathroom and are intended to absorb water and avoid slips and falls while exiting the tub or shower, whereas rugs can be used in several areas around the house to add cosiness to the interior.

Rugs, unlike bath mats, are not typically intended to absorb water and may lack a non-slip backing. This makes them unsafe for use in bathrooms, where safety is paramount.

How do I care for and maintain my bath mat?

Proper care and maintenance of your bath mat are required to guarantee that it remains clean, sanitary, and in good shape, allowing it to look and smell fresh. Here are some suggestions for cleaning your bath mat:

  • Wash it frequently: Depending on how often you use your bath mat, you should wash it every week or two. You can also check the care label for specific washing instructions.
  • Hang it to dry: Hang your bath mat to dry after each use to prevent mould and mildew from growing. You can use a towel rack to do this.
  • Shake away extra water: To keep excess moisture from accumulating in your bath mat, give it a vigorous shake after each use.
  • Avoid bleach and fabric softeners: Bleach and fabric softeners can harm the fibres of your bath mat and should be avoided.

You can maintain your bath mat clean, sanitary, and in good shape for years by following these simple care and maintenance suggestions.

In order to provide even more comfort and cosiness to your interior make sure to select the best towel hangers to keep your towels organised and let them properly dry after use.