Colorful Layered Doormats for Summer

Here are 6 colorful layered doormat options, perfect for summer. You might also like my front porch makeover on a budget.

Maybe I’m a little late to the trend, but I’m loving the look of layered doormats. Let’s face it, there aren’t a lot of options to make porches fun. So adding pattern on pattern is a fun way to add personality to a bland space.

As a color lover, I haven’t seen very many options that use a ton of color, so I figured I would make my own.

Layered doormat options from Target

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How to Layer Doormats

For most doors, a regular sized doormat works best with a 3×5 outdoor rug. If you need a larger doormat, be sure to choose an outdoor rug that’s larger than your doormat.

You’ll also want to make sure that you’re using outdoor rugs, even in a covered space. Outdoor rugs can hold up to the sun, heat, and dirt better than indoor rugs.

Layered rugs using a buffalo check rug with a floral doormat in front of a yellow front door.
This is what I bought for my front porch.

Pattern Mixing

The best pattern mixing relies on contrast.

  • Contrasting shapes and motifs. Florals with geometric shapes are my favorite example.
  • Contrasting sizes. Dainty patterns with a large scale pattern always look amazing. 
  • Contrasting colors. I love pairing unexpected color combos. 
  • Contrasting styles. Traditional paired with modern patterns make a fun pattern mixture. 
  • Colorful Layered Doormats

    Mix and match your favorites! For instance, the green buffalo check rug would look amazing with the watermelon rug!

    Colorful Layered Doormats

    Colorful layered doormat options for front porches, perfect for summer!

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