Beija Flor Yellow Eclectic Lace Floor Mat
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Classic European tile inspired design floor mat. Scattered squares with ornate lace-like detailing in shades of goldenrod yellow and white. Super durable, multilayer technical grade vinyl. Partially recycled. Made in Israel.
|Small||(24” x 32”)|
|Medium||(24” x 38”)|
|Large||(28” x 48”)|
|Runner||(28” x 71”)|
|Table||(48” x 75”)|
Beija Flor means “The Kisser of Flowers,” which is the Hummingbird in Portuguese. The company is named such because Beija Flor products kiss the space they are in.
Established in Northern Israel in 2007 by designer Maya Kounievsky, Beija Flor's vinyl floor and table mats are designed to enhance living spaces with elegance and beauty.
Use and Care
For use on hard floors only (cement, wood, tile, linoleum or similar). Not intended for use on carpet or other soft/uneven flooring.
For indoor use only. Colors may fade in prolonged direct sunlight. Can be used outside in shaded patio or balcony area.
Mats do not have anti slip surface and should not be used in wet environments.
Each mat comes as a hard roll. To flatten unroll the mat then lay it in the sun or next to heating element until the mat has softened. Then place the mat on the intended resting surface. As the mat cools down it clings to the floor and flattens out completely. No adhesive necessary.
Wash the mat with soap and water on both sides and leave to dry. Do not use acid or bleach.
Do not drag heavy furniture across the mat.
Do not fold the mat. Store either flat or rolled.
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