Aboriginal Mats - High Tide Runner
Christine Slabb is the face behind this gorgeous new 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.
Take this mat 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 with children. The striking colours of this carpet runner liven up a library, community centre or office foyers too.
Made from recycled polypropylene, these contemporary mats are soft, comfortable and easy to clean. Simple shake any dirt or sand off and wipe it down with a damp cloth.