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Monroe Handwoven Coco Doormat

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Monroe Handwoven Coco Doormat

$58.99

The Monroe Handwoven Coconut Fiber Doormat has a charming rosette motif that was inspired by a fragment of an antique quilt. The original textile, circa 1817 when James Monroe was president, is part of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation's antique collection.

The Eco-friendly and natural alternative to your doormat, these mats provide a rich aesthetic to any building or home. Coco entrance mats are made by embedding natural coconut husk fiber into a vinyl backing.

These fibers area  bi-product of the coconut harvesting industry, making the production of these mats highly sustainable, and the mats themselves a perfect complement to your environmentally conscious building or home.

Coir Fiber are a proven scrapper that is highly effective at brushing away dirt and debris from the bottom of shoes to ensure a clean and safe floor inside. This coco fiber is also one of the most absorbent natural fibers available, making it highly effective at keeping the moisture off your floors.

Specifications

 

Material

Coir

Backing

N/A

Base Color

Natural Coco

Print/Accent Color

Red, Blue

Thickness

0.75"

Size

22” by 35”

Maintenance
        • Eco-friendly and sustainably made.



        • Strong and tough, these doormats are resistant to rot, mildew and stains.

 

        • Specially formulated color dye goes deep into the coir fibres for a long-lasting and fade resistant doormat.



        • The tough coir fibers will scrape off dirt and mud from shoes, trapping it before tracking indoors.



        • Are very easy to clean and maintain - simply vacuum, hose down or shake off to keep them clean.

"This charming rosette motif was inspired by a fragment of an antique quilt. The original textile, printed with indigo on cotton about the time that James Monroe was the fifth president of the United States (1817-1825), is now in the collections of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Your purchase of WILLIAMSBURG products supports the preservation, research, and educational programs of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, a not-for-profit organization. Each product is inspired by the Foundation’s antique collection or the restored 18th-century town."




© 2016 The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

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