When I upgraded my bath mat, I quickly discovered the wonders of stepping out onto slatted wood post shower. The simple change has turned daily drudgery into a spa-like experience. Here are 10 wooden bath mats in various moisture- and rot-resistant woods.
Above: The Citizenry’s Hinoki Wood Bath Mat is handmade in Japan comes in the standard size for $225 or as an extra long runner for $295. Above: The Danis Mat in Teak Wood from Danish company Skagerak is made of teak and stainless steel; $203.40 at Finnish Design Shop. Above: The Lateral Hinoki Wood Bath Mat from CB2 comes in two sizes: small for $69.99 or medium (shown) for $79.99. It’s also available in teak wood. Above: The Rejuvenation Teak Shower Mat comes in three sizes from $129 to $349. Above: The Hinoki Bath Mat made in Kiso, Japan by Kiso Labo features edges cut at an angle for a seamless integration into the bathroom; $230 at Kiso Labo. Above: From Avocado, the Wooden Bath Mat has rounded corners and is made of beech; $125 for the standard size (shown) or $299 for the runner. Above: Made by Swedish collective Iris Hantverk, the Birch Bath Mat is $85 at Hawkins New York. Above: The Brennon Solid Wood Bath Rug comes in cherry (shown), brown, walnut, or white wash for $140 at All Modern. Above: The Bamboo Bath Mat in a blackened finish is $28 at Terrain. Above: From Mjölk in Toronto, the Hinoki Bath Mat is handmade in Tosaryu, Japan; $95 CAD.
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N.B.: This post was originally published on March 1, 2013. We have updated it with new and additional product selections and current pricing.