Top Ten: Doormats

Peter Dolkas
top-06 A little bit preppy, a little bit tribal; this 100% Coir (a natural fiber derived from coconut husks) doormat is the perfect way to add a pop of color to your doorstep. Arya Doormat, $40, Lulu and Georgia
 top-03 Although you'll feel like your walking on a cloud, theres no need to tread lightly. After all, you do need to get that mud off your boots. Cloud Doormat, $31, Sprout Home
 top-09 In 2011, after a Nantucket sailing trip, Sophie Aschauer began making doormats out of recycled marine rope. We've got a feeling she'll be at it for many years to come. Morgan Mat, $249, Serpent Sea
 top-01 Shut the front door and start your day off right by heeding the advice hand screened onto this doormat. Best Foot Forward Doormat, $45, Furbish Studio
 top-05 If it's good enough for the lobster boats of Maine, it's good enough for us. Handmade in Maine from nautical rope, this doormat will make you a bonafide skipper in no time. Lobster Rope Doormat, $50, The New England Trading Company
 top-08 Designed by legendary textile designer Liora Manné, this polyester doormat is ideal for any modernist's entryway. Taormina Doorat, $30, CB2
 top-10 It doesn't get more classic than stripes, that's why this Rejuvenation doormat will stand the test of time (and heavy foot traffic). Striped Doormat, $45, Rejuvenation
 top-02 Feel lost on how to make a bold statement on your small stoop? Look no further than this multicolored, tribal inspired, doormat. Home Scenic Home Doormat, $35, Mod Cloth
 top-04 Anchors away! What better way to drop anchor than on your own front step with this plastic doormat. Anchor Floor Mat, $29, West Elm
 top-07 You may like to get down and dirty in the garden, but keep all that work (and dirt) outside by having a moment with this bristled doormat before entrance. Doormat with Bristles, $80, DWR

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