Ruggable Just Launched a Line of Beautiful, Washable Bath Mats

We didn't know we could get this excited over a bath mat.

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Oh, Ruggable. How we love your washable kitchen mats that match nearly every home aesthetic. Stylish and comfy to stand on, our review on Ruggable proves these rugs stand up to serious spills and crumbs. Not to mention cleaning their rugs is a breeze thanks to the detachable design.

Lucky for us (and our bathrooms), Ruggable just launched a bath mat collection. Say goodbye to learning how to wash your bath mat so it stays fluffy and clean. A Ruggable bath mat is safe for the washing machine and guaranteed to look good as new—even after multiple spin cycles.

What is a Ruggable bath mat?

Did you know that most bath mats aren’t safe for the washer? Because bath mats are highly absorbent, they tend to hold too much water than a front-load washer can handle. Plus, if the bath mat contains a rubber backing, rubber particles tend to peel away and get stuck in the drain. All this results in damages to the washer’s spin basket, adding up to costly repairs on your end.

Ruggable’s bath mats solve this dilemma with a two-piece system. Each bath mat comes with two pieces: A bath mat cover (aka the mat design) and a non-slip, bath mat pad. The bath mat cover easily detaches from the pad when it’s time to clean. When they need a refresh, simply remove the bath mat from the pad, throw it in the washer and dryer, and reattach it to the pad.

The bath mat alone is made from 100% machine-washable fabric. It’s ultra-absorbent so bathroom floors stay dry, while the middle layer stops water from soaking through. Meaning, no need to worry about mold or mildew. As if it could get better, the soft and plush design makes it feel like you’re standing on a cloud.

Our Favorite Ruggable Bath Mats

Bella Bouquet Multicolor Bath Mat

Ruggable Bella Bouquet Multicolor Bathmatvia merchant

Mornings have never felt brighter than with this beautiful, multicolored bath mat. It’s adorned with blue, yellow, orange and pink flowers, and it’s available in all blue, too. This pick is the perfect piece for adding a dose of sunshine to the bathroom. For more florals, consider these Pioneer Woman home decor items.

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Ooh La La Bath Mat

Ruggable Ooh La La Multicolor Bathmatvia merchant

“Ooh La La,” is what you’ll be saying when your feet hit this comfortably chic bath mat. We love the multicolored design that brightens up any bathroom. It adds charm and character to a space otherwise left undecorated.

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Safiya Teal Sage Bath Mat

Ruggable Safiya Teal Sage Bathmatvia merchant

Subtle yet statement-worthy, we love that the Safiya bath mat is inspired by Persian rug designs. It’s available in two colorways (our favorite is teal sage). The nature-inspired motifs make it perfect for home aesthetics blooming with greenery and vintage appeal.

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Decca Diamond Black & Cream Bath Mat

Ruggable Decca Diamond Black Cream Bathmatvia merchant

Whether you’re a modern minimalist or prefer to keep it neutral, look no further than this diamond black and cream bath mat. The geometric print adds functional design that’s timeless.

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Where to Buy a Ruggable Bath Mat

Discover your new favorite bath mat on Ruggable’s website. At $129 a pop, you’ll get the bath mat cover and pad with this all inclusive price. When you’re ready to switch up the design, keep the pad and choose a new bath mat design, which go for $80 each.

With bath mat designs for farmhouse, minimalist and even eclectic home aesthetics, they’re the comfiest bath mat money can buy. Buy one for the bath/shower area and for the vanity—your feet will love the extra support.

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Madi Koetting
As Product Reviews Home Editor, Madi covers the best cleaning gadgets, organizing gear and home buys. She’s constantly testing internet-made-me-buy-it splurges and home goods—if there’s a viral product taking the internet by storm, you can count on Madi to give her honest review. Her work has appeared in various home outlets including Better Homes & Gardens, Reader’s Digest, The Family Handyman and Birds and Blooms. When she’s not decorating her apartment, you can find her sharing her favorite finds on Taste of Home’s social media platforms and scouring Denver for the best espresso martini.