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  • Allison LaCrosse

    I really like the stone bath mat idea. Its so outdoorsy. I hate stepping onto wet bathmats made of cloth or plastic too, I would so much rather step onto wet rocks.

  • Davina Williams

    Black River Stone Mat - $59.00 [ Visit Store » ] Made from river stones, this bathmat massages the feet, adding the natural element of rocks to the bathroom. Let your giftee toss out that moldy old rubber-backed mat and replace it with smooth stones.

  • Samantha Bohlen

    DIY river rock bathmat: waterproof shelf liner, hot glue, and river rocks

  • So'Nique

    Black River stone Mat eclectic bath mats by VivaTerra

  • The Failure Kitchen

    River stone mat. Perfect for my dream spa bathroom!

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