Luxury Green Color Bathroom Mat AGATHA

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Egyptian Cotton Emerald Bathroom Rug

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27.9.2022 27.9.2022
€250 €340 from €250    
Brand Abyss & Habidecor
Category Luxury Bathroom Rugs
 

Luxury Abyss & Habidecor Bathroom Rugs

ELEVATE THE BATHING RITUAL TO ART

The Emerald colour and rug symbolizes the 40th anniversary of Abyss & Habidecor. Its mystical soothing green tones embody inspiration, peace and balance.

Material: 96% Egyptian cotton, 3% acrylic, 1% lurex

Dimensions: 70x120cm

Design of Semiprecious stone, Emerald

In green and gold tones

Made with extra-long staple cotton

Which improves softness and absorbency

Machine washable

Add a beautiful finishing touch to your bathroom with this Agatha bath mat from Abyss & Habidecor. Made from a sumptuously soft Egyptian cotton blend, it features an elegant marble design in green and gold tones.

 

Colors: 100, 230, 235, 302, 320

(We suggest towels in those colors)

 

Abyss & Habidecor

Made in Portugal

Creating the "BEST" towels and rugs begins with the selection of the cotton. Abyss and Habidecor uses Egyptian cotton, cultivated in the region of Giza. It is known that this particular cotton produces the finest yarns for textiles; soft, strong, durable and absorbent. Only a limited percentage of the entire cotton production in Egypt is Extra Long Staple (ELS). The length of the fiber is directly proportional to its resilience and quality.

 

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Abyss & Habidecor

Made in Portugal

Creating the "BEST" towels and rugs begins with the selection of the cotton. Abyss and Habidecor uses Egyptian cotton, cultivated in the region of Giza. It is known that this particular cotton produces the finest yarns for textiles; soft, strong, durable and absorbent. Only a limited percentage of the entire cotton production in Egypt is Extra Long Staple (ELS). The length of the fiber is directly proportional to its resilience and quality.

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