One super simple, très inexpensive way to contribute to your home’s curb appeal, is via a cute doormat. Your doormat not only serves a practical purpose on those dreaded muddy days, but it also inadvertently sets the tone for guests upon entrance to your home. If the tone you wish to set is “creative DIY-er” keep reading for five fun, feet-worthy ideas.
This idea is as economical as it is imaginative. Simply cut a circular doormat in half – aka, “two mats for the price of one.”
What you’ll need: a circular rug, spray paint, kraft paper, plastic sheet, coins, a Sharpie
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In keeping with the theme of fruit, is this totally trendy, tropically-inspired pineapple rug, courtesy of Babble.
What you’ll need: all purpose sponge, yellow and green acrylic paint, paper plates, plain doormat
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DIY this sturdy, rustic doormat and get a great forearm workout in the process!
What you’ll need: 100 feet of 1/2″ rope, electrical tape, rubber or garden gloves
Click Here for details and instructions. https://www.gardenista.com/posts/diy-woven-rope-door/
Colorful Wood Slats
Embrace the rainbow with this sturdy wooden welcome mat, which can be made for approximately $40.00.
What you’ll need: Three 2” x 2” x 30” wood slats, eight ½” x 2” x 4 feet wood slats, wood paint
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