Offering a big welcome to guests that arrive, the Namaste Coir Doormat is handcrafted from natural coir pile. It can be used in any home by the door or even by poolside to trap dirt and debris before it enters the home, keeping your floors clean and dry. This doormat comes with an attached polypropylene backing for long-lasting durability and features a mandala design that adds texture and visual interest to any setting, indoors or out.
Namaste Coir Doormat Description
Namaste Coir Doormat Information
|Designed by||Drama Shirt|
|Sizes||16 x 24 (inches)
18 x 30 (inches)
24 x 35 (inches)
|Material||70% coconut husk and 30% polyester. Liven up your front door decor with an inviting coir outdoor mat. Crafted from the highest quality coconut husk fibers to welcome all your guests.|
|Features||– Durable welcome mat features a premium vinyl backing to prevent slips or falls, letting the absorbant coir bristles trap in dirt, so you can wipe your feet worry-free.
– Coir front door rug is also easy to clean, simply shake or sweep away all dirt and debris.
Namaste (Sanskrit: नमस्ते, Hindustani pronunciation: [nmstenʌmʌsˈteː], from the external Sandhi between the words namah and te) is a frequent verbal greeting or salutation in South Asia. It has multi-religious meanings or is just used to say “I bow to you.” The term is derived from the Sanskrit words namas, which means “to bow, reverence, or reverential greeting,” and te, which means “to you.”
When said to another person, it is generally followed by a short bow done in front of the chest with hands clasped together, palms touching, and fingers pointing upwards. This gesture, known as Añjali Mudrā, may also be made without saying anything and conveys the same concept.
The Namaste Coir Doormat is the ideal way to greet visitors to your house. The coir rug is comprised of a natural material that absorbs dirt and moisture, thus saving you time and energy. The long-lasting doormat is simple to clean with soap and water, or it may be hosed down for a thorough cleaning.