Fantastic DIY Stone Floor Mat – Free Guide and Tutorial

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What better way of breathing new life into your bathroom or indeed any room of the home than by hand-making your very own sublime-quality stone floor mat? Often seen in home improvement stores carrying seriously hefty price tags, you probably won’t believe how easy and affordable it can be to make even BETTER mats yourself!

As something of an entrance feature, an addition to the bathroom or even for use in an outdoor living space, you’ll find that nothing does the job better than natural stone. Create a decorative floor mat for the living room or a unique way of setting off the kitchen’s décor – chances are you’ll find yourself putting a few together in various shapes and sizes to use all over the home.

Stone Floor Mat: Supplies

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In terms of what you’ll need to get started, just a few basic supplies are all that’s needed to knock out these genuinely knockout mats:

  1. Outdoor Rubber Mat (Make Sure It Has Holes Or Spaces For Water To Drain)
  2. Smooth Ocean or River Stones (Porous, Not Slick or Polished)
  3. Waterproof Clear Silicone Sealer
  4. Plastic Drop Cloth Or Old Shower Curtain

That’s really all you’ll need – no heavy tools, no electrical equipment and really no DIY skills required! It’s the kind of craft project where you really cannot go wrong as the whole idea is to come up with something 100% unique and 100% random every time!

It’s also the kind of project that’s safe to get the whole family involved with – why not make a few extra to be given away as gifts?

You’ll find all you need to know in the instructional images on this page – good luck and happy crafting!

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Making the mat, sounds and is simple. But for those of you who’d need a tutorial for this, please check out Sasha from Tattooed Martha for all pictures.

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  • ds

    i would like to know how these can be put on the bathroom floor without the water pooling up under these mats, do you use them inside the shower or tub only? what can be done to keep this from rotting a floor underneath them? these are something im very interested in doing just had those questions i am concerned about, thank you

    • wonderfuldiy

      I think you can put another same size fabric mat under the stone mat . thanks !

    • Dana Lee Dale

      they were originally designed for outdoor showers

  • A willott

    Hi would you be so kind as to advise me. I would like to do all my bathroom floor in pebbles, but I’m unsure which fibre glass mesh, adhesive, grout and varnish to use. Please could you contact me with some help. Many thanks in advance for your time and patience in this matter

    A willott

    • wonderfuldiy

      Thanks for coming to our page .It’s a great idea for your bathroom floor . But we are so sorry we couldn’t help you with this. We are afraid to mislead you, we suggest you go to specialty stores such as HOMEDEPOT for consulting what materials you should buy. GOOD LUCKY !

    • Barnegat Pollyanna

      Talk to a store that sells tile – they have the details on installation on all of it.
      Listen to their REASONS that certain materials are better to be used.
      They probably have tile that looks like river stone – and if you’re doing an entire floor, there’s good reasons to use that: 1. The layout will be done for you. 2. The height of the stone will be consistent. 3. Installation will be done to last.

      My friend has been a tileman for over 40 years and he has the stories of people ‘doing it their way’ when they don’t know the reasons to do it right – some choose to ignore those reasons. Using the right materials is an important step.

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