Turtle Mat to reveal new nylon collection at Glee

by | Jul 19, 2017 | News | 0 comments

Turtle Mat – makers of the original dirt trapping mat – has chosen Glee to unveil its brand new ?Lume Collection? of nylon, design-led, washable doormats.

Returning to the show, for the first time in over 8 years, the Turtle Mat Company?s stand will feature products from its Scion, Royal Horticultural Society and Dee Hardwicke Collections, in the brand?s traditional high-quality cotton, alongside its new nylon range of contemporary botanicals and geometric designs.

The new Lume Collection is aimed at those consumers who like to refresh their d?cor with the seasons. The mats are made of nylon which can hold brighter, bolder colours than those made of natural fibres. They are also capable of featuring more intricate designs.

?Lume is a design-led, fun range of statement mats, designed to shout out they?ve arrived wherever they are featured in the home.? explains Susan Leaver, Director and General Manager of the Turtle Mat Company.

?This new collection is a welcome addition to the Turtle Mat brand which is all about making more of your floor. ?We are very excited to be back at Glee, and using this platform to showcase these new products for the very first time to the Garden Centre sector. This is one of the biggest growth markets for gifting and homeware sales, the importance of which made it the place to launch our new range.?

The Turtle Mat Company can be found at 17R60-S61 Stand at Glee, the outdoor trade show event held at the NEC Birmingham from 11-13th September.

For further information visit www.turtlemat.co.uk or call 01285 772650.

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