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Layered Doormats For Spring

Decor | May 7, 2020


Layering doormats is so fun, and I have found several options that you can mix and match for this spring and summer. I am sharing four different looks, but there are several more you can do with various combinations. Come check out how layering rugs is the perfect welcoming look for your spring front door.


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I have enjoyed layering doormats at our front door for a while now. And, with spring in the air and summer around the corner, it was the perfect time to try out some new layered looks. I found all of these doormats and scatter rugs at Target and will be sharing the links. Don’t miss at the end of this post, several of my blogger friends are sharing their spring front door/porches too!


Let’s first start with the bottom layer rugs. There are no rules about mixing and matching doormats, but you do, of course, want the bottom mat to be larger than the top one. I am sharing four accent or scatter rugs that work well as the bottom layer below.

Accent/Scatter Rug Options For The Bottom Layer:

  1. Indoor/Outdoor Plaid Scatter Rug (Navy) found here.

  2. Indoor/Outdoor Plaid Scatter Rug Tan found here.

  3. Stripe Woven Accent Rug Black found here.

  4. Black Geometric Woven Accent Rugs found here.


Doormats For The Top Layer

  1. Yay You’re Here Coir Doormat Black/Beige found here.

  2. Home Sweet Home Doormat found here.


Now, I just played around with them!


This first look is the one I have had at our front door for a while now. It is a classic black and white look, and I do love how streamlined it looks!


This second look definitely has a more spring vibe to it. The lighter bottom mat brightens up the doorway area!


I just love the words on this doormat! And, navy has been a great color this year in home decor, so I am really enjoying having it at our front door with this newly released scatter rug. And, who doesn’t love plaid?!


This last option I am sharing is another great spring/summer look. It is so cute and happy!


Now it is your turn to decide! Which look do you like best? Can you imagine your own front door and what may look best? I hope you feel encouraged to give layering doormats a go. They sure are a fun way to play around with various textures, patterns, and colors.


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  1. Krista thehappyhousie says:

    Super cute combos, Brendt! I adore the layered door mat look:)

    • Brendt Blanks says:

      Thank you so much, Krista!
      I truly appeciate your kind words and wish you a happy weekend.


  2. Meg says:

    Good evening ! I’m sure you’ve been asked and have posted this before – but what is the paint color for your front door pictures in this post? Thanks so much! Amazing how slight color differences in the mat can make such a different look!

  3. Martina says:

    Yes! Love the layered doormat look! Almost the time again for spring….thanks for sharing this inspo!

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