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PADDFISK Place mat, palm leaf handmade,

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Let nature decorate your dining table. This smooth, pentagonal place mat is handwoven from palm leaf. A unique and decorative handicraft that spreads a calm feeling while protecting the table surface.

Article Number905.315.56

Product details

Skilled craftspeople have woven the product by hand, so each one is one of a kind

A simple and decorative way to bring nature to your dining table.

The pentagonal shape and the smooth handwoven pattern are decorative and create a calm feeling at your set table.

To protect the beautiful material, we use a water-based lacquer. Safe for you, the artisans and our environment.


IKEA of Sweden

  • Each product is a unique, handmade work of art with natural variations in colour and shape.

  • Material
    Palm leaf
    100% polyester

    Wipe clean with a damp cloth.


Length: 37 cm

Width: 35 cm

  • PADDFISKArticle Number905.315.56

    Width: 36 cm

    Height: 0 cm

    Length: 38 cm

    Weight: 0.04 kg

    Package(s): 1


SustainabilityPeople and planet

Energy and resources

Let nature help you set the table.

Natural fibres are beautiful and fast-growing plants that, after harvesting and drying, can be woven into decorative table mats, baskets and coasters for your dining table. To protect the beautiful material and still make it safe for contact with food, we use a water-based lacquer. So when you choose this product, you bring home something unique – a piece of nature refined by skilled artisans.


What is palm leaf?

There are many different types of fan palm, but the species we use come from the tropical regions of Asia. There, the palms grow for more than 30 years before they finally flower, produce fruit and die. As the palm tree grows, leaves are cut off and dried in the sun. The thick veins are removed from the leaves to be used as the framework for woven products. And the greenish or pale yellow leaves are woven into baskets.