Eucalyptus Flower is an impressive contemporary Aboriginal design recycled mat in fresh, floral pink and yellow. Evoking the colourful blossoms of Australian native plants, designer Christine Slabb has created a spectacular mat motif ideal for use as a beach mat, classroom rug or play space.
Slabb is an accomplished Indigenous artist and graphic designer from the Bundjalung people, on Australia’s east coast. In this image, she tells a story about the season from March to July when the lorikeets feast on eucalyptus flowers. This is a bird’s eye view, looking at the top of the flower as it bursts into life in vibrant pink and bush yellow.
This lively image is now available on our popular indoor/outdoor plastic rugs. Made from recycled plastics, like PET drink bottles and shopping bags, our mats are environmentally-responsible and ethically manufactured.
Perfect for high traffic areas like classrooms, living rooms or campsites, our mats are easy to clean and stunning to look at! Soft and durable, you can fold them up to move them from the playroom to the backyard at picnic time – or roll them up to pop in the caravan for your next road trip. Sand and dust will simply brush off, while heavier dirt can be wiped up or hosed away.
Celebrate culture and the planet by choosing a contemporary Aboriginal design recycled mat in colourful pink and yellow. Beach mat? Camping mat? Classroom mat? The choice is yours! Order online today.
Origin of design: Australian Aboriginal
Artist: Christine Slabb
Name of design: Eucalyptus Flower
Tribe: Bundjalung people, on Australia’s east coast
Colours: Pink and yellow.
*Also available in the following colour options – Pink & blue or Light pink & dark pink.
Note: These mats are reversible. Photos show both sides of the same mat.
Care Instructions: All our floor mats have been made to the best attainable standards from UV treated recycled polypropylene. Follow our guide to mat maintenance for cleaning and storage instructions. Our floor mats and playmats are suitable for indoor and outdoor use, but extensive exposure to sun or rain will lead to fading and deterioration over time.