The first thing you put your feet on after a relaxing shower is the bath rug. It rounds off the purifying experience. Besides their practical task of drying our feet, bath rugs also exercise a very sensuous function. Your feet and senses are pampered when you stand on the thick, fleecy bath rugs of, say, "Puro" from Christian Fischbacher and "Prestige" from Rhomtuft. Thinner bath mats such as "Etoile" from Yves Delorme convey a different impression – also in the way they look. They seem slimmer and sportier.
The design aspect of bath rugs should not be underestimated. Bath rugs are to the bathroom what cushions, blankets and carpets are to the lounge. They lend it character, define the way it looks. The "Etoile" bath mat by Yves Delorme bears a tone-in-tone design, which when put in a furnished room automatically becomes a focal point. The colourful pattern of the Missoni Home "Jazel" bath rug on the other hand, is a fashion gesture. A more rustic look is achieved with wooden mats like "Enjoy" from Rhomtuft. The "Exquisite" bath rugs from Rhomtuft even experiment with a bath rug’s classic shape - and are surprisingly round. They, too, are made of pure cotton and have a high pile and are relatively light. Quality like this makes bath rugs into an essential wellness element.