John Dory Design Placemat
Adding Coastal Calm to mealtimes just got easier. Our beautiful, blue and white watercolour prints make a striking impact on your table. Pair them with white crockery for a classic coastal look.
Hand made exclusively for us in Exeter using a 4.8mm hardboard with domed and lacquered edges, these melamine placemats are scratch resistant, backed in non-slip cork with a smooth and calming matt finish.
Mix them in any combination and match them with our coastal coasters for a completely coastal feel.
Available individually or in sets of 6.
- Dimensions: 29cm x 22cm x 0.5cm thick
- Superior matt lacquered surface
- Heat resistant to 110 degrees
- Slip-resistant cork backing
- Matching coasters available
- Wipe clean with a damp cloth only
These placemats are not suitable to go in the dishwasher.
These mats are individually made by hand so they are all unique one-off pieces.
We love a coastal lifestyle and we design and make homewares and gifts that put what we call Coastal Calm in to your every day.
Our Happy Place prints celebrate your favourite coastal town, our blue and white, watercolour SeaLife prints put coastal simplicity into your home.
We combine classic coastal colours, simple designs and natural materials with a sense of fun to create make-you-smile-style.
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