NEW Heritage Collection - Cement and Rhus Checkerboard.
The BAINA Beppu Bath Mat features the brand's iconic checkerboard pattern - in the new Cement and Rhus Colourway.
All BAINA Bath Mats are a gorgeous 950gsm weight and luxuriously soft underfoot.
100% Organic Cotton
Size: 50cm x 80cm
Taking inspiration from mineral tones and earthen hues, the Cement and Rhus colourway forms an unexpected, yet elevated colour pairing. Cement is a clean blue-based grey, which is warmed through with the application of a sumac shade of Rhus. Fresh and cool, the complimentary colours apply depth and texture to the neutrality of the bathroom space.
Pairs beautifully with the matching Cement and Rhus checkered pieces from BAINA: Roman Pool Towel and Josephine Hand Towel. Or blend with other BAINA styles - BAINA towels are designed to work together in a modern bathroom.
BAINA is designed right here in New Zealand, and made from 100% organic cotton in Portugal (a country renowned for its high-quality textiles), by one of Europe's most established mills, a Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified manufacturer.
BAINA contemporary, organic cotton towels are designed to elevate your daily self-care routines.
Ever-inspired by designed, BAINA is also intended to be an extension of one’s personal aesthetic.
BAINA towels are designed with intention, the perfect balance of form and functionality. BAINA finds the balance between a generously soft handle, whilst carefully considering the weight in which the towel effectively absorbs and dries quickly after use. BAINA towels are all made from double-looped terry cloth in weights of 500gsm to 950gsm. Double-looped cotton allows for an upright, higher density loop that is not only soft to the touch but exceptionally absorbent, drawing in moisture to the base of the towel.
BAINA towels are all made from (GOTS-Certified) 100% organic cotton. Organic cotton is soft, durable, natural and biodegradable. It is a fibre that becomes stronger when wet, which makes it ideal for towelling. Compared to other common towelling fibres, cotton is preferred for its superior absorbency, hand-feel and environmental impact.