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Six Of The Best: Door Mats

25/03/2011 16:27 | Updated 22 May 2015
The first thing that visitors see (and hopefully use) in your home, the welcome mat can say a lot about your style and sets the tone for the all-important entrance to your home. Whatever your look, we've got the mat for you:
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Six of the best: door mats under £40

I have this one myself - and if I had a pound for every time someone said they liked it, asked where it is from, then expressed shock at the answer and shock again at how little I paid, I would be able to afford to buy dozens of these little beauties.

Halsted door mat, £3.05 at Ikea

Six of the best: door mats under £40

Afraid to ask your visitors to wipe their feet on the way in? Why not get your mat to do it for you?

Use me! Door mat, £18.99 at the gifted penguin

Six of the best: door mats under £40

If you like the idea of a message on your mat but can't find the perfect one for you, create it yourself. Up to 12 letters per line (including spaces) on up to three lines. Would make a great house-warming gift too.

Personalised door mat, £29.95 at Cucina Direct

Six of the best: door mats under £40

Pretty and hard-working, this durable colourful mat is made from heavy-duty plastic.

Purple peacock door mat by Rice, £38.25 at Nettle Green

Six of the best: door mats under £40

There's very little that doesn't benefit from the addition of Orla Kiely's signature stem print.

Stem print door mat by Orla Kiely, £36 at Heal's

Six of the best: door mats under £40

A swirl of colour that's fresh, fun and not to be stared at for too long.

Dizzy door mat, £23 at Red Candy

Six of the best: door mats under £40

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