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Above: “It is unlikely that you have yet had anything quite like this under your shoes. This mat made from strong zinc-coated wire mesh covered with extra tough coconut fibre comes from a coconut textile works in West-Germany,” notes Manufactum. With a non-slip rubber underlay a Coconut Fibre and Wire Mesh Doormat measures approximately 23 by 15 inches and is is €54 from Manufactum. Above: Described as “the old warhorse,” a Tire Link Mat made of rubber links woven on galvanized wire comes in two sizes (2 by 3 feet and 3 by 5 feet) and is from $49 to $123 depending on size from Uline. Above: Made in Sweden by Iris Hantwerk, a Doormat with Bristles to trap sand and dirt has a beech wood frame; $80 from Design Within Reach. Above: Made of non-slip rubber ribbing, a Ribbed Doormat is held together by stainless steel wires; it measures approximately 23 by 15 inches and is €139 from Manufactum. Above: Measuring 32 by 20 inches, a non-slip Teak Doormat made in Indonesia of FSC-certified teak is $89.95 from Crate & Barrel. Above: The pattern on this boot scraper has earned it the name Heart Rubber Doormat but to us it looks more like a length of chain mail left behind after a Game of Thrones shoot; $28 from Uncommon Goods. Above: Made in Sir Lanka, a Coir Door Mat framed by non-slip black rubber corners measures approximately 23.5 by 15.75 inches and is $53 from John Lewis. Above: A large Durable Anti-Fatigue and All Purpose Rubber Doormat measures 30 by 60 inches and is $33.99 from Wayfair. Above: A large Galvanised Steel Doormat measures approximately 31.5 by 15 inches and is £50 from Garden Trading. (Also available in a smaller size for £32.) Above: A large Nach Braided Rubber Doormat measures 48 by 24 inches and is $82.93 from Amazon. N.B.: When it comes to curb appeal, it’s the details that count. See more:
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