25 Ways Your Doormat Sends A Message To Guests


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Your doormat is not just to get rid of dirt before anyone steps into your house. Actually, it can deliver a message to guests and unwelcome people alike. It can send a message of flattery, disappointment or of surprise.

Here are 25 interesting and unique messages on doormats that you definitely must have or take inspiration from.

A Word of Warning

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izismile.com

Do not let your guests judge what the inside of your home looks like. Or at least, warn them in advance before they decide to enter your abode and see the delirium!

 

Frontline Greetings

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brit.co

Don’t have a butler to greet your guests? Don’t worry. Your mat can do the job.

 

Multiple Choice

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pmslweb.com

This sassy doormat doesn’t mess around. If you have no business in this home, better not step over the threshold.

 

Let them Know Their End

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homedit.com

There’s no need to welcome guests because your doormat can do that. Let them know their fate once they enter your house. It could also be a way to tell them they are unauthorized to enter.

 

A common Instruction

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homedit.com

This doormat is a genius way of depicting an iPhone lock screen and basically telling guests to “swipe” their shoes clean before entering.

 

Praise their Underwear

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rubbercal.com

This will put a smile on your guests’ faces. Plus points to your doormat for being so sneaky-cheeky.

 

Honest Expectations

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collectionsetc.com

Be honest. It is better that they know the expectations – that a beer would mean the difference of being welcome or not. It might change guests’ minds, forcing them to find a liquor store and come back bringing something to drink.

 

Confuse Them A Little

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Give them a little confusion with this doormat. They might believe it and you can reduce your distractions for the day.

 

Attack Their Confidence

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When guests are too confident and comfortable with you, they might become bossy. Attack their confidence even before they enter your house. A doormat which gives your visitors the illusion of stepping on a weighing scale could help you out.

 

Tell Them Where They Are

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acidcow.com

Tell them where they currently are. They might have a weak sense of direction.

 

For IT Geeks

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justelite.net

Even doormats are now getting a little tech-savvy.

 

Send Them To The Neighbors

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mygwinnettchevy.com

A fair warning to burglars: You’ll find nothing good in this household.

 

When You’ve Got The Memory Of A Fish

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Allow your doormat to give you a little reminder. You might have forgotten your three basic needs outside your house — the keys, wallet, and cell phone.

 

Limit Your Interaction

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funnywebsite.com

Do not stress yourself with too much visitors in a day. Limit your interaction and inform your guests through your doormat.

 

Warn Them About Your Pet

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Some people aren’t too good with pets. Remind them that your cats are there. They may be allergic with cats or cat scratches.

 

Don’t let Buddy out

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dumpaday.com

Do not let Buddy out. Unless you want fangs sunk into your leg?

 

Organized Acceptance

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trendhunter.com

This house is very organized, judging by this doormat.

 

Blackmailing Dog

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Help your dog demand a thing or two. After all he’s done, that ball of fur deserves a 5 lb. rib roast.

 

Your Choice of Message

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houzz.com

This is a unique doormat that sends two messages: “come in” and “go away.” The message you send probably will depend on your mood.

 

Doorbell Is Out, Yelling Is In

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qualitybath.com

This fits when your doorbell is broken. Let the doormat do the job of informing your guests to yell in order to be heard.

 

Oh No!

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Let them know in advance how welcome they are. Even tell them how their presence has surprised you so much.

 

Doormat Flattery

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thehunt.com

Help your guests have the day they deserve with a simple compliment to greet them as they enter your house. This will bring out a smile on their faces.

 

Go straight To The Point

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myhomeimprovement.org

There’s no need to beat around the bush. Let your doormat tell guests the price for entering your abode.

 

Prepare Them For The Worst

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uniquepetsandpeople.com

Communication is really vital for you and your guests. Thus, inform them of any danger and prepare them for some fluffy life threat.

 

Poor Doormat

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wittyfeed.com

Poor doormat.


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