Each low-profile entry rug option here is designed to prevent tripping and not catch on doors, keeping your home safe and beautiful. And with so many choices, there's one for every home.
The low profile entry rug is one of the most popular flooring options in the world. The entry points of your home see more traffic, soil, and moisture than anywhere else, and it takes a toll on the flooring. Without a rug, the hard or soft surface at the entrance of your home is susceptible to damage from the elements.
If you recognize that you need a low profile entryway area rug, but you don't know what you're looking for yet, check out the inspiration below for some ideas:
A bright low profile entryway mat with beautiful designs or patterns is a great way to greet guests in your home. And most will be made from indoor/outdoor material, which means that the mat can go in the wash when it's dirty.
You can use a low profile door mat on the exterior of your home, too. This is especially nice at the side and rear entry points that don't see quite as much traffic. For the main door, you'll generally want something thicker for effective feet wiping.
If your door is low-set or people in your household frequently trip on the entry rug, go for an ultra low profile doormat. One of the best options here might be a vinyl mat or anything that's around 3/8"? thick.
A Closer Look At The Low Profile Entry Rug
Most of the low profile entry rugs you'll find will be made from indoor/outdoor material with minimal cleaning requirements. However, different manufacturing methods and textiles will mandate different guidelines, so always pay attention to the recommendations from the manufacturer.
Before you buy your rug, research the materials it's made from and how they hold up to use. Look for information about this material and the level of traffic, moisture, and soil that your home receives to ensure it's a good fit.
Is A Low-Profile Entry Rug Right For Me?
A low-profile entryway area rug can work well in any home. These beauties come in all different sizes, shapes, colors, and styles, so there's something for everyone. To make sure you order the right rug, though, make a list of the details you're looking for first.
We've included points to consider below for those who'd like a bit of help:
What size of rug do I need for my entryway? Measure the space and pick your rug dimensions accordingly.
What style and color(s) will go well with my home's existing decor? You don't want to greet your guests with clashing colors. Examine your color palette to see what matches--a color wheel or online photo inspiration are good places to start.
Choosing The Perfect Low Profile Entry Rug
We recommend that you enter your preferred size, color, and/or style preferences in the filters and then bookmark the links to your favorite rugs. When you've finished your search, revisit your bookmarks, and compare the options based on specs and looks to find a perfect fit.
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