Missoni Blandine Bath Mat (149)


The lovely, blooming Blandine 149 design is like a breath of fresh autumnal air. Splashes of deep indigo and hints of aqua add coolness to its warm palette of sandy, ochre tones with streaks of rich terracotta. All of which radiate from a centre of pale lilac mixed with aqua. This botanically inspired design is accentuated by its random nature and soft, wavy outline. Blandine 149 is so evocative of the real thing, and it will help bring the outside in. And most importantly, your feet will love the plush feel of this beautiful, luxurious mat.

Dimensions: 80cm diameter.

Composition: 100% Cotton in yarn-dyed heavy terry towelling


  • Care Instructions: Wash separately before use. Wash dark colours separately. Cold machine wash. Do not use oxidising/bleaching agents. Do not use fabric softeners. Do not use detergents containing optical brighteners. Warm tumble dry. Warm iron. Do not dry clean.
  • Walking on the mat with shoes (outdoor type & especially heels!) is not recommended.


Missoni Home

Famous Milanese fashion house and ‘masters of colour' Missoni, took their extraordinary textiles into the home in 1983.

An explosion of colour, pattern and luxurious texture, the Missoni Home collection now embraces every part of our lives. The qualities that have seen the company grow and prosper for six decades in the transient, oftentimes fickle, arena of fashion are the exact same values they are championing with their eponymous homewares brand: innovation, a singular vision that informs every detail no matter how small, and a sense of wonder at the endless exquisite possibilities of textiles and the design process.

It is this considered, intelligent approach to textiles, to colour and to pattern that pervades every Missoni Home collection. Approaching home wares in the same exacting, bespoke way it does fashion, by continuously adding, subtracting, tweaking, reinventing and developing tactile new weaves and new colour combinations. Missoni Home develops pieces that are as dramatic in isolation as they are layered and grouped together.