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This is a new take on a doormat. Because it's made of river rock every one is unique. The neutral colors will blend with just about any motif.
River Rock Floor Mat
Aqua Trap Entry Mat
This floor mat is both gorgeous and hardworking. The chevron pattern is fun, and the colors are spot on.
Welcome guests (and pets) with this sophisticated yet chic rug that would work well for all occasions and seasons.
Kiwi Lotus Rio Mat
After your delectable, scented oil bath, step out onto a slip-free surface with this bathmat. Made from recycled tropical hardwood, it'll add warmth and texture to your space.
Lattice Wooden Mat
Recycled Water-Guard Mat
Know any avid bicyclists? Me too. I'm keeping this doormat bookmarked as the perfect gift to give them when the next occasion strikes.
Is it just me or does this doormat want to make you pack up your musical instrument and travel around on a bus with your family singing? OK, so the Partridge family was a bit more techni-color, but this mat does has adorable birds all in a row. The colors are warm, inviting and would blend with...
A 1920s German artist first created this image. Ed Annick picked up on it to make this playful doormat. The retro design has very smart contemporary materials. That's my favorite part because my doormats always fall apart too fast.
I love the chunky weave of this doormat. I keep a sturdy mat outside the door for collecting dirt, but I'd love something cozy like this for inside.
This unique doormat is made by an Etsy seller who specializes in rope creations. It'll add a nautical touch to your front door, and it is a great conversation piece.
Not ready to roll out the welcome mat? Express your sense of humor (or lack of one) with this whimsical mat.
This doormat is a great place to pause and take off muddy shoes, wipe down mucky paws, and remove leashes. It will also warn visitors what they are in for once the door opens!
For the chevron lovers out there, this one has a great pattern. Though it may lack softness and not be the best if you want a rug to sit down on.
I'm attracted to this minimal graphic rug. I don't think it's ideal for the living room, but it could go well in a dining room.
This fun doormat is always pointing toward home. I like that it's graphic but still sophisticated enough for a front entry.
Let's get personal! Everyone needs a little monogram in their lives and this mat fills that need. I love the large scale of it. It grounds the front door and, in a way, you're marking your territory by putting your initials front and foremost.
Don't forget the necessities as you're leaving the house. Placing this rug in the your entry will be helpful.
I have a friend who recently remodeled a fantastic little midcentury modern ranch, and this rug would add a nice finishing touch to his entry. The hexagon pattern and bright orange hue give this modern doormat a cool retro vibe.
We think this doormat is a fun way to greet your techie friends at the door! While it won't actually unlock the door for you, it's sure to get some laughs from your guests!
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