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Home Doormat

Home is where your doormat says it is. Simple enough.

Measures about 30″ x 18″.

Purchase Information:

Price: £24.00
Available from: Utility Design

Hive Rubber Doormat

If you’ve ever stood in the aisle of your local hardware store and been disappointed with their doormat selection, you’re certainly not alone. While fake stones and scrolly ‘Welcome’ signs work for some, it’s better to find something unassuming and utilitarian (or maybe even opt for something like Come In/Go Away). While this rubber doormat is a little higher in price than your local big box hardware store offerings, it certainly won’t offend anyone’s design sensibilities.

27.6″L X 15.7″W.

Purchase Information:

Price: $38.00
Available from: Chiasso

welcome/goodbye doormat

This doormat reads ‘welcome’ or ‘goodbye’ depending on if your are entering or exiting your dwelling. It reminds me a little of the Come In/ Go Away Doormat except it’s a bit more polite and obviously less frilly in script.

Ridged for scraping shoes and boots
100% recycled rubber tires

$29.95, Buy it here.

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No longer available.

Doormats (misc)

Here’s a couple of charming (in their own special way) doormats.

Finish Line Doormat by Ken Goldman, $34.00,
Buy it here.
Fo’ Shizzle Doormat, $19.95, Buy it here.

[posted by katie]

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Price: $34.00
Availability: Buy Doormats (misc) here

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Hi. I’m Mat. Mat

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with witty/silly doormats, in fact, we should all encourage the practice.

Even if no one is home to greet you, Mat will always be there with a Hi. It’s not “Hi honey, how was your day?” but it’s something.

$18.00, Buy it here.

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Price: $18.00
Availability: Buy Hi. I’m Mat. Mat here

Palazzo Extra Long Doormat

Some of you might be a little tired of the pattern, but the size of this doormat somehow makes it likable. It would be perfect in front of sliding patio/glass doors…

“This beautiful Palazzo Extra Long Doormat represents the ideal blend of elegance and durability. Designed to take the worst that winter and mud season can dish out, this extra long doormat will help you keep your floors clean while welcoming your guests to your lovely home in style.”


Purchase Information:

Price: $44.95
Availability: Buy Palazzo Extra Long Doormat here

Mat-ters Doormats

A couple of doormats that evoke a charming, hand-drawn feel.

(Thanks Johanne!)


Purchase Information:

Price: 39.00
Availability: Buy Mat-ters Doormats here

“COME IN” / “GO AWAY” Doormat

The message changes as you walk in or walk out of the door, and I suppose which way is the ‘come in’ and which is the ‘go away’ is up to your mood or whatever side of the bed you woke up on.

Purchase Information:

Price: $29.00
Availability: Buy “COME IN” / “GO AWAY” Doormat here

‘Hommage to Gerd Arntz’ Doormats

Oh, I do believe these are the best doormats ever.

“These doormats designed by Ed Annink for Droog Design are based on pictograms that were developed by Gerd Arntz in the 1920s.”

Purchase Information:

Price: $60.00
Availability: Buy ‘Hommage to Gerd Arntz’ Doormats here

Alexander Girard Alphabet Mat

I believe I posted some pillows that had Alexander’s handiwork displayed just like this, and now, here’s a nice little doormat with the same delightful numbers and letters. Something fun to wipe your feet on.

100% handwoven coir fiber. 24″x24″x1.5″

Purchase Information:

Price: $40.00
Availability: Buy Alexander Girard Alphabet Mat here

Welcome/Goodbye Doormat

As far as doormats go, I think this is a nice alternative to most of the rather humdrum options.

Crafted of durable 100% coconut fiber.

29″l x 17″w

Purchase Information:

Price: $38.00
Availability: Buy Welcome/Goodbye Doormat here