This Tree of Life floor cloth, inspired by one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most recognizable designs, is both practical and stylish.
In colonial times, people painted pieces of canvas and then lacquered them to create floor cloths. Today, printed vinyl floor cloths are made to add color and style to kitchens, entryways, hallways, covered porches—anyplace where you have a smooth, hard surface.
Floor cloths add warmth to cold floors. These floor cloths are hygienic and very easy to clean —just wipe them off with a damp cloth. The durable vinyl surface is non-slip and protects wood floors while standing up to years of heavy traffic! Floor cloths lay completely flat, so there’s no trip hazard. Please note: If you’re using the floor cloth under a table or chair, be sure to put felt or plastic glides on the legs so that they won’t mar the surface.
The Tree of Life floor cloth is based on one of the 4,000 leaded art glass window and door designs featured prominently throughout the Darwin D. Martin House, built in 1904 in Buffalo, NY. Wright also created art glass designs for doors, skylights, back-lit ceiling panels, table lamps, and wall sconces. Wright’s geometric abstraction of the ancient tree of life symbol, using a square for the roots, straight lines for the trunk, and chevrons for the leaves.
Material: Printed vinyl with a cushioned back
Measures 2' x 3'.
Made in the USA.
This rug is produced under license with the Frank Lloyd Wright® Foundation.