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Welcome in Summer with a New Door Mat or Rug from Ashley

Get your home ready for the long days of summer with summer doormats and rugs. These are perfect for wiping your shoes on after a surprise mid-June thunderstorm. They’re also a great way to add a pop of color and embrace the vibrancy of flowers and tribal prints that may be too bold for other seasons. Luckily, Ashley has all the bright, light, and cheerful summer rugs you need to make your home feel ready for the sun.

Best Areas of the Home for Summer Rugs or Doormats

Naturally, you’ll want to have a summer doormat in the entryway of your home. This offers guests a place to take off their shoes and will also be one of the first things they see when they enter. One cool front door summer decorating idea is to get an indoor doormat that matches your outdoor mat. That way, guests will have a seamless transition as they step inside. You might also try to match your other front door summer decorations with your rug, perhaps by getting a floral wreath with the same blooms.

Summer rugs also look great in other entertaining areas, like your living room or dining room. Place them in front of your couch or under your dining room table so guests can’t help but notice them.

Summer Doormat and Rug Shopping Tips

Summer doormats and rugs come in a variety of materials. Some people prefer rugs made of sisal, jute, or other natural fibers, as these are often durable and whimsical. They add that perfect pastoral touch to help accentuate rustic accent cabinets or rustic benches. Cotton area rugs are also a popular choice because they are a little softer and lighter — perfect for walking around barefoot on a hot day.

An even more durable option might be a polyester rug. Plus, these come in a wide variety of styles and colors, meaning you can find them in nearly any print you desire. These are the best option if you want to use your doormat as a place for taking shoes off.

Another consideration is where you’ll be placing the rug. Some summer rugs can go indoors or outdoors, giving you full versatility in your setup. You’ll want these types of rugs for a three-season room that might be opened up in the summer. That way, the rug will add to your summer outdoor decor but still be protected if rain blows inside.

Finally, consider the size of the rug. Since most summer rugs are bold and colorful, you don’t necessarily need a giant rug to dominate your space. Rather, consider getting several smaller area rugs and placing them throughout your home to have the greatest effect.