Cool bath mats Australia: the best places to buy online

Domayne bath mats

Cool bath mats are a thing these days. As bathrooms become much less utilitarian and more reflections of our personal taste, many of us are left looking for a stylish bath mat to finish ours off. Well, look no further, as we’ve done the work for you! Here are the best places to buy them online.

Domayne bath mats

Sage & Clare

This Australian small business create wonderful, colourful cushions, throws and bed linen, but are perhaps now best known for their Rudie Nudie bath mats, which are so often sold out that you’d better resign yourself to placing a pre-order! They have a few other designs too, as well as towels, robes and wash bags if you want to up the colour and patterns in your bathroom even more!

Sage & Clare Bath Mats, $79

Nudie Rudie bath mat
Sage and Clare bath mat
Sage and Clare bath mat

Bonnie and Neil

Featuring original artwork by Bonnie, these bath mats are as colourful and cool as you’d expect if you’re already a fan of the brand’s cushions, artwork and table linen!

Bonnie and Neil bath mats, $92

Bonnie and Neil bath mat
Bonnie and Neil bath mat

Urban Outfitters

Having had a dedicated Australian website for while now, cult American brand Urban Outfitters is a great place to find fun textiles. There’s some gorgeous bath mats in their lineup and they offer free shipping over $80 too.

The brand’s runner-style bath mats are a bit different, and difficult to find elsewhere. But they’ve got plenty of fabulous smaller options too.

Urban Outfitters bath mats, from $67

Urban Outfitters bath mat
UO bath mat
The brand has a couple of great runner style bath mats perfect for larger bathrooms

Kip & Co.

Kip & Co. of course has a few fabulous colourful options.

Kip & Co. bath mats, from $45.

Kip and Co bath mat
Kip and Co bath mat


Rachel Castle’s foray into the bathroom has proven successful with the brand’s Sherbet bath mat, $59, a fabulous and fun choice. Available in two colour ways there’s matching towels too.

Castle bath mat
Castle bath mat
This dusty blue ‘Nudey’ bath mat is a lovely option too, $49.

Sunday Society

This homewares store (in Coorparoo QLD and online) clearly know the importance of a good bath mat and stock a great range (including some of the brands above).

Sunday Society bath mat
Habiba bath mat, from $55.95
Sunday Society bath mat
This Nomad Natural Cotton Berber Runner, $210, is a great option for a large bathroom

Sunday Society bath mats, from $39.95.


Hidden amongst the brand’s more mainstream offerings, are some great round bath mat options We love the idea of a more unexpected circular mat in the bathroom, where there are already so many right angles!

Adairs bath mats, from $39.95.

Adairs round bath mat
Adairs bath mat

Decor House

This store has some fun options which would be popular with little people. This rainbow bathmat ($59.90) has a microfibre top and practical anti-slip bottom and is 50x80cm.

The Fruity bath mat designs are cute too ($79.90) with rubber anti-slip backing.

Browse Decor House bath mats from $29.90.


An unexpected place to find a fun bath mat, the Domayne range is sure to brighten up any bathroom. There’s everything from tiger and flower-shaped iterations as well as text-emblazoned ones too.

Domayne bath mats
Domayne bath mat

Browse Domayne bath mats from $29.

Mosey Me

Melbourne’s Mosey Me is a lifestyle label known for its unique take on home textiles that have an emphasis on print and colour. Their range of fun bath mats are perfect for adding a pop of colour to your bathroom.

Mosey Me flowerbed bath mat
Mosey Me bath mat

Mosey Me bath mats, $75.

Aura by Tracie Ellis

If you’re after just a hint of pattern and colour, Aura has some great options.

Aura bath mat

Browse Aura bath mats, from $39.95.

We’d love you to share if you have any great bath mat suppliers too!

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