SerpentSea Mats are Made From Reused Marine Rope

By: Courtney Scharf - Published: Jul 5, 2012 • References: serpentsea & theworldsbestever
Created by owner Sophie Aschauer, these SerpentSea mats are beautifully woven and feature a dynamic use of colors and material.

Aschauer was inspired to make these pieces while on a sailing trip in Nantucket, and went on to use recycled marine rope to create the intricate mats. Gaining much-deserved attention for their eco-friendly angle and subtle but eye-catching use of different textures and hues, this is some seriously whimsical home decor sure to appeal to eclectic homeowners. The distinct weaving styles that Sophie uses are 'Bonnie,' 'Drake' and 'Morgan,' each named after some of the most infamous pirates of the 17th century.

Nautical, gorgeous and subtle enough to work in a variety of decor styles, these mats are sure to be bestsellers, and have a fabulously charming backstory to boot. Stats for Upcycled Woven Rugs Trending: Older & Average
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