Heymat Releases Foliage Mat Collection Inspired by Mother Earth

10.27.20 | By
Heymat Releases Foliage Mat Collection Inspired by Mother Earth

Heymat has been on our radar for a few years now with their floor mats that merge the high quality of industrial mats with Scandinavian design. The Norwegian brand’s latest collection, Foliage designed by Oslo-based designer Kristine Five Melvær, lets you bring a bit of nature into your home via three colorways and a pattern inspired by Mother Earth.

Since their launch in 2015, Heymat has worked to make the products and their production process as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible. In 2017 they moved to a new material from 50% recycled plastic that offered a better absorption capacity. And beginning Autumn 2020, they’re made with a 100% recycled plastic (PET) textile. Depending on the size, one Heymat now reuses 33-82 plastic bottles (.5 liter)! The mats come with an anti-slip backing in nitrile rubber to ensure they stay right where they’re placed. When it’s time for a cleaning, you can either vacuum them or throw them in a domestic washing machine at 140°F.

Foliage mats are available in a 60cm x 85cm (24in x 33in) size and a 85cm x 115cm (33in x 45in) size, and come in Blue Dusk, Silver Night and Green Dawn.

>>> Buy >>> Foliage Blue Dusk Mat

Foliage Blue Dusk Mat 60cm x 85cm

Foliage Blue Dusk Mat 85cm x 115cm

>>> Buy >>> Foliage Silver Night Mat

Foliage Silver Night Mat 60cm x 85cm

Foliage Silver Night Mat 85cm x 115cm

>>> Buy >>> Foliage Green Dawn Mat

Foliage Green Dawn Mat 60cm x 85cm

Foliage Green Dawn Mat 85cm x 115cm

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Photos by Sofie Brovold.
Styling by Kirsten Visdal.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.