Chic Fall Doormats For Your Front Door

While I am a true devotee to the Waterhog doormat lifestyle, I can’t help myself when it comes to seasonally- inspired fall doormats. A chic fall doormat is a great way to welcome guests for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and all the way into the winter holidays… all while helping to keep mud and dirt outside where it belongs! During my extensive internet search for this post, I was amazing by how many fall doormats are on the market… and also how many of them were chic and not too kitschy.

source: Anthropologie pumpkin spice doormat

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Chic Fall Doormats For Your Front Door

Typically for my holiday decor, I try to avoid anything that is too cutesy or kitschy. I prefer anything I use for seasonal touches to be chic, modern, and timeless… which can be hard to find this time of year! I’m usually pretty picky when it comes to sayings on holiday decor, too. It’s gotta be sweet and to the point and definitely not too hokey. I feel like all of these fall doormats fit into that category!

In terms of materials for a doormat, I really like coir, which is a natural coconut fiber. It makes for a great doormat because they can scratch off mud and debris. Also, the material is biodegradable, compostable, and mold- and mild-resistant! I also tend to love when rope is used to make a doormat, so there is one of those in the mix, too ;)

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If you’re more in the mood to DIY, definitely check out our Halloween themed doormat tutorial — the materials all cost less than $10! Plus, Sarah’s monogrammed door mat DIY is beautiful, too.

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