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Victoria and Albert Museum Ikat Large Coir Doormat

This geometric pattern with its sophisticated asymmetrical composition is inspired by an intricate pattern woven into a traditional Indonesian textile.
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Birds in Bloom Coir Doormat

In this simple folk-art design, Scandi birds are perched atop fanned-out foliage to create a joyful illusion of tulips in
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Victoria and Albert Museum Arabian Coir Doormat

With its bold, eye-catching 70s style motif and colours, the pattern of this mat is based on a much earlier design. It
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Eucalyptus Coir Doormat

Reaching toward your front door, simple stems of blue eucalyptus lead the way to a warm welcome. This Entryways Sweet
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Victoria and Albert Museum Arabian Large Coir Doormat

With its bold, eye-catching 70s style motif and colours, the pattern of this mat is based on a much earlier design. It
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Herons Coir Doormat

A jewel-toned colour palette and graceful rendition of this long-legged coastal bird creates a glamorous entrance to the design-forward home.
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Homespun Woven Coconut Fiber Doormat

Adding both comfort and durability, ridges of handspun coir rope make this textured mat a welcome feature to any entrance.
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Macrame Coir Doormat

Inspired by the intricate patterns of macrame weaving, organic shapes and a cool colour palette soften an otherwise angular design.
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Plaid Woven Coconut Fiber Doormat

In a palette of neutral shades, intersecting lines of handwoven coir rope bring a light and casual feel to traditional
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Fine Plaid Coir Doormat

Criss-crossing lines in a fine plaid formation create an eye-catching display out of simplicity. This Entryways Sweet Home Collection doormat
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Waffle Woven Coconut Fiber Doormat

Coir yarn braided into a thick waffle weave creates a natural home accent with textural interest. This doormat is sustainable
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Blanket Chest Coir Doormat

This folk floral design takes inspiration from a dome-lid chest covered in wallpaper as was popular for chests, boxes, and