Memory Foam Bath Mat

DENY Elisabeth Fredriksson

Elisabeth Fredriksson Leaves And Cubes Memory Foam Bath Mat

$55.00

MSRP: $0.00

Elisabeth Fredriksson Leaves And Cubes Memory Foam Bath Mat

MSRP: $55.00


Product Details

Description

Make your feet happy. The Deny bath mat is crafted from a plush memory foam so your feet will have a soft place to land and all the cushy support they crave. On the front is your favorite design selected from our catalog of curated picks and on the back is a non-slip surface so wet post-shower floors will be no problem. They're the perfect size for outside the tub or underneath a vanity sink. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.

Details & Product Specs

  • Available in two sizes: 17" x 24" AND 24" x 36"
  • 100% polyester memory foam top with non-skid backing
  • Top side printed
  • Estimated ship date: 5-10 business days
  • Every order custom printed in the USA

Warranty

If you are not satisfied with your products you can return them within 30 days.  Wholesale orders are not eligible for returns or exchanges unless the product is deemed defective.

Care

Machine wash cold with like colors. tumble dry low. reshape upon removal from dryer. do not bleach or iron

About the Artist

elisabeth fredriksson

My name is Elisabeth and I'm color addicted and nature-loving artist from Sweden.

Art, in some form or another, has always been a part of my life. I grew up with my mother’s oil paintings on the walls, those had a great impact on me. When I was 10 to about 14 years old I did a lot of drawing. I could draw for hours and hours, time didn’t exist until my mom called me for dinner. I also painted a lot with watercolors.

I got my first camera when I was 15. It ignited a deep passion for photography. I took pictures of pretty much everything. It was around this time my dad introduced me to Photoshop. For about 10 years, I made a lot of digital collages and developed my skills in PS. In 2011 I went to art school to explore other mediums and some time after that I got into graphic art, which is still my main interest.

When I create I can get inspired from everything between a grain of sand to the universe at large. Art is my life. 



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