Heymat Doormat Hex Desert 45x75cm Beige

Kr 1.300

Supplier: Heymat
Design: Lars Tornøe
Material: Nylon and rubber
Colour: Beige
Dimensions: Approx. 45x75cm. The size of a Heymat can vary from 1-2 cm in length/width. This is because the mats are cut by hand.
Washing instructions: Shake, clean if necessary and can be washed at 60°C in a washing machine.

High-quality door mat, with thick pile and rubberized backing from Norwegian Heymat.

Hex is particularly suitable for smaller entrance areas, and the idea for the mat is to think of smart solutions for small rooms. Hex suggests a larger pattern of which we only see part. The pattern is based on the hexagon and the circle – two shapes that are closely related geometrically. Repetition and order give a calm expression that gives associations to architecture and industry.

"My husband and I have recently changed residences. From having a house with a large garden, we now have an apartment with only a terrace. The transition is big and with less space, a lot has to be changed. It is therefore extremely convenient that this autumn we are launching Hex - particularly suitable for my new compact living situation. I love how Lars Tornøe combines the masculine expression of a hexagon's 6-sided shape with the soft expression of the circle and can't wait to put it outside my new front door in the block"
Sonja Djønne, CEO Heymat


The ambition is to give each customer a quality product, which they can fall in love with and enjoy for a long time. The mats are made from recycled materials, which are efficient and easy to maintain. The designs have been developed in collaboration with some of Norway's leading designers, and with timeless motifs, the mats also last visually.

Heymat's first collection was launched in 2016, and today the mats are sold in Norway, Japan, the USA and Canada. With a focus on function, the environment and modern, Norwegian design, Heymat will create spaces that are good to come home to.

Lars Tornøe
Lars Tornøe has a master's degree in furniture design from Bergen College of Art and Design and runs his own studio in Stavanger.
He designs products within several categories, and collaborates with manufacturers at home and abroad. Lars has received a number of awards for his work