With Thanksgiving approaching, it's officially the holiday season...and we couldn't be more excited! Not only are we gearing up for holiday parties and spending some quality time with loved ones, but we're also starting to do some serious Pinterest research to check out how we should decorate our homes. Now, to be clear, we aren't talking a giant inflatable Santa or red and green everything—in fact, some of our favorite trends are subtle enough that they blend in with the rest of your decorating scheme (or at least don't scream "I am seasonal decor!").
One of our favorite of such trends has seen a +2,869% (!) jump in popularity on Pinterest in the past year—layered door mats! It's easy to execute and certainly affordable, and there are so many fun options to mix and match. You could even keep this trend going all year round and just switch up what mats you use depending on the season (or your mood). It's an inexpensive way to update your entryway, and you can get on this Pinterest trend whether you live in an apartment with a stoop (or even just an inside landing) or a home with a large porch.
Want to snag a few and try this out yourself? Well great news, we found a ton of door mats that can be easily incorporated into all kinds of decor schemes. Even better? You can buy them all now in anticipation of the holidays!
Round Polka Dot Mat
Squares and rectangles not your thing? Think outside the box (literally) with a round door mat. You can still layer with larger rectangular mats underneath!
SHOP NOW: Anthropologie, $42
Jute Herringbone Doormat
The perfect thing about jute is that it pretty much goes with everything, so this is a great base mat to play around with if you want to add in some more colorful mats. Or, similar to the image, you can get a couple of the same color palette and different sizes.
SHOP NOW: Terrain, $11.82
If you live in an apartment building where your entryway isn't actually outside, you can experiment with smaller rugs that aren't necessarily for outside to make your doorway a little more interesting than your neighbors.
SHOP NOW: Food52, $150+
Connected Stripe Rag Rug
For those among us who feel most comfortable with strictly neutrals (and aren't afraid of having to possibly wash their doormat a couple of times a month).
SHOP NOW: Urban Outfitters, $24+
Bring the indoors out with a mini-rug that mimics a traditional rug we'd love to see in our living room.
SHOP NOW: Urban Outfitters, $39+
Sunrise Cotton Rug
This color palette is just dreamy—just what you need to see first thing when you're coming home from work after a long day.
SHOP NOW: Food52, $150+
This vintage-style rug is another fun indoor-turned-out doormat idea we love. And these colors are actually perfect for the holiday season—layer in some others that have the deep indigo and maybe a pop of marigold for a sophisticated (non green and red) palette.
SHOP NOW: Overstock, $31.44
Black and White Rug
The best thing about black and white and about stripes is that both of these are easy to mix with lots of styles and colors.
SHOP NOW: Overstock, $30.99
This guy will do all the heavy lifting for you in terms of acting like a buffer between your bolder patterned doormats you may be layering. Plus, it's so neutral that you can use it year-round as a base!
SHOP NOW: Serena and Lily, $38, was $48