We begin the year with a topic, a thorny one of which you have asked me often: the rugs from the kitchen. A complement that is very difficult to choose, often because the aesthetic appearance is not very nice, but in 2015 many of us have the open kitchen on the living room and the old mats that can not destroy the commitment we have made to arredarlo with care. I have searched and tried more than one, but I think that Beija Flor will be the first true final solution that I found.
Born in 2007 in Israel, with obvious retro references to coatings in cementine, or decorated tiles, the Beija Flor are mats and carpets made of PVC, which will not only enrich the floor in front of the sink or the stove, but they are extremely functional and, above all, lasting.
I saw them live and I assure you that they are of a disarming beauty. You can use them as rugs for kitchen, rug, bathroom mat for the hallway or even to fill up an entire room, or cover the floors, now worn.
On their site you will find many variants of fantasy and color and all size available. Are present in a wide range of sizes from small door mats to long runners for kitchens and hallways, to large rugs, circular.
They are flat and adherent to the floor, this prevents that from moving all the time and especially the risk of stumbling. Are waterproof and easily washable with soap and water.
Are not cheap, but will last you a lifetime, unlike those bought at the market that the first wash wear and fade. You take one and you’re in business, you have to change it every month and make a washing machine just for him.
Did I convince you? For now I leave you with a roundup of the ideas and fantasies of these magic carpets in the vinyl, but if you have found a valid alternative solutions , please write me and share.
Take a look at this link for some more ideas. NEW ONLINE SHOP BEIJA FLOR
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