The YAY You Ae Here Coir Doormat is the ideal approach to greet visitors in a chic and sophisticated manner. This doormat is made entirely out of sisal, which is a material that can be replenished, and as a result, it is both resilient and long-lasting, making it suitable for use either inside or outside the house. This doormat is suitable for use in residential and commercial properties, including flats.
YAY You Ae Here Coir Doormat Description.
YAY You Ae Here Coir Doormat Information.
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|Material||70% of the mix is made up of coconut husk and polyester. An attractive outdoor coir mat can do a lot to improve the look of your front door. This welcome mat is made from the best coconut husk fibers and is sure to impress all of your guests.|
|Features||– This long-lasting welcome mat has a strong vinyl backing that keeps it from slipping and falling. The absorbent coir bristles pick up dirt so you don’t have to. – Coir front door rugs are easy to clean, and you can also shake or sweep them clean.|
16 x 24 (inches)
18 x 30 (inches)
20 x 30 (inches)
24 x 35 (inches)
Evolution of Coir Mats
First known history of coconut in India dates to the 3rd century BC in Valmiki’s Ramayana. This book discusses the usage of coconut trees in southern India. Post-vedic India may have introduced coconut. The coir manufacturing industry producing Coir Mats and Coir Floor coverings began in India when the first factory was set up in 1859 at Alleppey, a small city in Kerala, along the coastal waterway in Southern India by Mr. James Darragh, an adventurous Irish-born American who saw the many features and benefits of Coir fiber, yarn, rope, and an entryway doormat. The enterprise grew and attracted additional Europeans, notably the British East India Company. Most international manufacturers withdrew, leaving it to Indians. Kerala is home to Coir, a tropical paradise with waving coconut trees and broad sandy beaches. The coconut tree has shaped Kerala’s culture and cuisine. Alleppey is the heart of Kerala’s labor-intensive coir industry. In this cottage enterprise, women harvest coconut fiber from husk to manufacture Coir Mats and other floor coverings. Both women and men have made Coir products their livelihood for centuries. Men weave products while women spin coir yarn.