15 Cute Doormats You Need for Summer
Create a welcoming first impression with this season's best doormats for smiles and laughs.
At my house, it's not really summer without a decorative doormat. The cute patterns and cheeky text are a quintessential part of the season, helping to brighten our basic stoop and encourage sunny attitudes. (You think I'm kidding, but our neighbors can't help but laugh every time they see our punny welcome mat.)
So what's my secret? I know where to look — and since some things are too good not to share, I'm giving you the scoop. Keep scrolling to see 15 showstoppers that you can snag just in time for the dog days of summer.
Gotta love a little wishful thinking. Make your family and delivery drivers laugh out loud with this cheeky doormat that reads, "Pretend This Is My Beach House." To further the breezy beach vibes, layer the mat with a solid rug in cream or ivory. (Or teal, if you're feeling bold.)
Celebrate the start of summer and Pride Month with this cheerful rainbow stripe doormat. The mat's designed to nestle against your door and collect dirt and debris before guests enter the house. Best of all? Twenty-five percent of your purchase will be donated directly to The Trevor Project.
Make your summer at home feel like a permanent staycation with this doormat covered in little palm trees. The rich green leaves and coconut fibers combine for a tropical look that will easily transfer to your patio. You could further the aesthetic with a rattan hanging chair or fringe hammock.
Summer is for baseball. If you're planning to spend a lot of time at the park (or have a kiddo on the team), then snag this adorable doormat. We love how the red "stitching" brightens the natural coir fibers and hits the theme right out of the park.
Fact: Everything's better with sprinkles. Delight family members of all ages with this sweet doormat inspired by the "it" treat of summer. The topsy-turvy letters and fun print will easily enliven your front porch and make every visit feel a little more festive.
In other words: Don't let the cold air out! Give your loved ones a good laugh with this not-so-subtle hint to close the door behind them. You can draw even more attention to the block text by layering the hand-painted coir over a boldly patterned rug; palm leaves or citrus fruit would both work wonders.