Welcome summer with one of these colorful DIY doormat projects! Your porch will thank you!
Have you seen those coiled rugs, made popular by Armadillo & Co, that have been trending lately? They're really beautiful, but (unfortunately) out of budget for many. Luckily, there is a small-scale DIY option inspired by this trend that is completely budget-friendly and easy to make: a coiled rope DIY doormat. Want to give it a try?
I wanted to give our front porch a little holiday love, but I wanted to do something other than the traditional wreath on the door. Enter: the vintage ornament doormat. Here's how to make your own!
We've seen a fair amount of cool DIY doormats around these parts, but this redwood and brass version is downright stunning!
Give a plain welcome mat a colorful makeover with this easy idea from A Beautiful Mess!
After a winter's worth of weather, chances are your doormat is looking a little sad. Cheer up your entryway and welcome guests inside with one of these clever DIY doormat ideas!
Put happy, love-filled thoughts out into the world -- and under your visitor's shoes -- with one of these festive DIY Valentine's Day doormats!
Looking down onto her front porch, Jennifer had an epiphany. "It's July," she observed, "but that's a Halloween-themed welcome mat." So, she grabbed some paint and got to work.
The results? A fun and playful welcome mat that spans the divide between handmade and standing up to the elements. Using some soft fabric paint, she created a bold border, then used an embroidery pattern to give the whole thing some character.
Doormats, they're the first thing most folks will see as they step into your house, and in the winter they are the front line between horrid mud-melty-snowy boots and the rest of your place. So why aren't they more awesome? Well they CAN be.... Martha has not one but TWO techniques to give a bog-standard mat a little va-va-voom (sure they're relatively similar, but still...)
First a technique for adding a door number or lettering,
Yesterday the Twins' pitchers and catchers reported for spring training. And even though we've said goodbye to Johan Santana, we're still looking forward to the new season. To make the wait a bit more bearable, we just might need this home plate doormat. If anything else, it'll make us fee safe. Get it...safe...? Nevermind. Available at the Lighterside for $24.98.