LÄTTADPlace mat, seagrass/black

Checking delivery availability
Checking Click & Collect info
Checking stock
Best seller
8 LÄTTAD images
Skip images

Create a natural, organic feeling when setting your table. LÄTTAD place mat not only protects delicate surfaces or your tablecloth, it can also be used as decorative underlay in other areas of your home.

Article Number002.362.39

Product details

Protects the table top surface and reduces noise from plates and cutlery.

Article Number002.362.39
  • Base:



    100% polyester

    Surface coating:

    Clear nitrocellulose lacquer

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.

  • By using a renewable material like sedge (or seagrass) in this product, we avoid using fossil or finite materials.


Diameter: 37 cm

    Place matArticle no.002.362.39

    Height: 1 cm

    Weight: 0.31 kg

    Diameter: 37 cm

    Package(s): 1


Great placematsVerified BuyerFantastic placemats and very stylish.5
Aesthetically pleasingVerified BuyerLook lovely, not used yet so not sure how they’ll wear.5
Look beautifulVerified BuyerGreat close weave, however after some use some of the black thread has started to come away.5
Lattad placematsVerified BuyerHuge placemats, as description sizes so make sure your table is big enough for 4!! Mine look good on my pale wood table and although a good thickness, are nice and flat to put crockery on too. They also smell divine!!5
Perfect for all rooms not just the dinner table!KatarinaMMWell made, look great on my side tables in my safari/tropical style lounge. Very pleased with the result. :))5
Place matAmanda05Nice product at a good price perfect size for what I wanted.4
Perfect size.Patty123Have more than one and are good value.5
asmanorReplaced the old one, and it's a lot better. Love the natural feel to it and it serves the purpose!5
Perfect sizeBB21Good strong mats, well made.4


What is sedge (or seagrass)?

Sedge (or seagrass) grows naturally in South-East Asian coastal areas. For our products, we mainly use cultivated sedge from field areas that have previously been flooded by the sea, making them unsuitable for rice cultivation. But sedge grows well in salty soils and even helps cleanse them. After harvest, the plant is left to dry in the sun making it a hardwearing fibre ideal for weaving or braiding products with beautiful colour variations, like baskets and mats.