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A Better Bathmat
By Jenny Bahn
There’s nothing worse than a generic, nubby little bathmat purchased from your local Bed Bath & Beyond. You know the kind — the ones with the white rubber backing and a color palate that neither inspires nor compliments your bathroom decor (or your clawfoot tub, for that matter). Here’s the solution: a navajo rug. True, you might need to tend to it a little more than your average bathmat and avoid excessive exposure to water, but these sturdy woven rugs make for a standout solution to the rather sad alternatives. And hey, if it’s good enough for your living room, it’s good enough for the loo. Check out the healthy selections of navajo rugs on eBay right now.
(Photo: Courtesy of Graham & Co.)

A Better Bathmat

By Jenny Bahn

There’s nothing worse than a generic, nubby little bathmat purchased from your local Bed Bath & Beyond. You know the kind — the ones with the white rubber backing and a color palate that neither inspires nor compliments your bathroom decor (or your clawfoot tub, for that matter). Here’s the solution: a navajo rug. True, you might need to tend to it a little more than your average bathmat and avoid excessive exposure to water, but these sturdy woven rugs make for a standout solution to the rather sad alternatives. And hey, if it’s good enough for your living room, it’s good enough for the loo. Check out the healthy selections of navajo rugs on eBay right now.

(Photo: Courtesy of Graham & Co.)