Make this DIY monogramed doormat for an easy, personalized Christmas gift for under $10. You will need the following materials: sisal doormat, two plates or bowls, one slightly smaller than the other, permanent marking pen, such as a Sharpie, letter template, black acrylic craft paint plus a small brush and measuring tape.
A coir doormat and two colorful shopping bags lead the way to the entrance of this home featuring a dark, rich wooden door and matching wooden staircase. The dark wood pops next to the neutral concrete exterior and neutral interior wall paint.
The homeowners wanted a light, airy retreat, so designer Vanessa Matsalla painted the space from the inside out, exchanging the gazebo's previous dull color for the neutral tones that bring the design to life.
Spruce up your entryway with this personalized budget-friendly doormat that looks like a pricey catalog find but is actually an easy DIY project that also makes a thoughtful handmade gift. Make your own with our step-by-step instructions.
This foyer uses a runner in a whimsical, unique way: as an extra long and colorful doormat of sorts. All the rugs in the room are durable to stand up to pets and kid traffic. And their colors and patterns bring in lots of personality.
A vintage gold mirror hangs above an entry table created from the custom radiator cover in this eclectic home's entryway. Pops of color are added with accessories while the black door and custom black and white doormat add contrast to the space.
Double doors shine all on their own, but designer Robin LaMonte paired these beauties with bright red bows and matching wreaths to make her client's front porch even more special. A doormat monogrammed with an "I" nods to the family's last name and keeps the elements at bay.