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Organic Cotton Tub Mat


Step onto something more comfortable with this soft, absorbent and quick drying tub mat. GOTS®-certified and made of 100% organic cotton for a natural, softly nubby texture – it’s finished with a clean, simple hem.

Loomed from 100% GOTS®-certified organic cotton at 1000 grams per square meter to be super absorbent with a subtle pebbled texture. This quick-drying mat is then solid dyed and garment washed for a uniquely natural look and soft feel.

This organic collection pays homage to the inherent softness of the cotton plant – from its freshly tilled soil to its downy, fibrous blooms. Sustainably grown. Harvested and handled with care. So when you touch the fabric to your skin, you can feel the gentle rhythm of planting, tending, cutting, sewing. The mindful making that preserves the natural beauty of the raw material – and the planet we call home.

Machine washable. For more details on proper bath mat care, read the How to Wash, Dry, & Care for Bath Mats guide. 

Color: Willow
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Why We’re Different

This item is GOTS® certified: The entire supply chain meets stringent ecological and social criteria set by the GOTS® organization, the gold standard for organic cotton certification. It certifies that – from gin to finished product – harmful chemicals and dyes are not used, and that the item is made in an ethical work environment. Learn more on the Blog.

We are Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified (16.HUS.93300, HOHENSTEIN HTTI), meaning this product surpasses the highest criterion of testing for harmful chemicals and synthetics. Learn more on the Blog.

The invention of the towel is deeply rooted in Turkish culture, and the country remains the leading authority to this day. We source the finest Turkish cotton from the Aegean region to produce the best in bathroom textiles.

This item is made of 100% natural fibers, meaning it comes from a raw material found in nature and not treated or woven with synthetic softeners, microplastics or any other harmful chemical. Natural fibers are more sustainable than synthetics – as they require less energy to make, and decompose more quickly.