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Cowboy Bath Mats

A bath mat is a bathroom accessory placed directly next to the tub (or shower) to absorb water when the bather steps out after a shower or bath. They are highly functional in that they save the bathroom floor from excess water, but they can also be a beautiful accent to any bathroom. Below are bath mats with cowboy or Western designs for sale from Zazzle, Amazon, and eBay.

Below: Just one of the cowboy bath mat designs available on Zazzle.

Vintage Cowboy Bath Mat
Vintage Western Rodeo Cowboy Poster Print Bath Mat

by RODEODAYS

From Zazzle

Zazzle Tip #1: On Zazzle, many of the bath mats can have the image/artwork printed vertically or horizontally. When on the Zazzle website, look to the left of the main image preview for this option.

Zazzle Tip #2: On Zazzle, many of the bath mats come in a small or large size. When on the Zazzle website, look to the right of the main image preview for this option.

See more cowboy bath mats on Zazzle


From Amazon

See more cowboy bath mats on Amazon


From eBay

See cowboy / Western / horse bath mats on eBay


Bath Mat vs. Bath Rug

What's the difference between a bath mat and a bath rug?

It's simple, really: A bath mat is typically placed right next to the entrance/exit of a shower or bathtub. It is constructed of an absorbent material, and it's main job is to soak up water when the bather exits the bath.

A bath rug, on the other hand, is well, a rug. A floor covering. It is placed anywhere in the bathroom the owner desires, either as a matter of aesthetics or to provide extra cushioning or warmth to the floor. It is not, however, usually as absorbent as a bath mat because it's main purpose is not soaking up water.

Both bath mats and bath rugs are an easy accessory to add to a bathroom to brighten and customize its look.

 


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