11 Hilarious Welcome Mats That Add Personality To Your Home
There's nothing better than a clever welcome mat to make you feel, well, welcomed. But if you're like me, who takes life with a hint of sass, then you need to know where to buy welcome mats with a little personality. After all, they make a statement and set the tone for your humble abode.
Plus, how else will your friends and family wipe their feet? But besides the most obvious functions, a well-picked welcome mat can do so much more: They can remind guests that alcohol is always appreciated, share whether or not you live with a fuzzy companion who means business, or they can just make you laugh. Personally, I think a funny welcome mat is a great opportunity to add your own personality to your house's decor. Also, how else are you going to subtly tell your guests to bring wine?
Next time you have friends or family over, make them laugh a little with these funny doormats. From passive aggressive mats to ones that are just punny, I hope that your guests won't get offended by a little humor, but instead, will be made to feel more at home. (And hopefully, maybe actually bring you wine.)
1. You Better Have Tacos
2. A Reminder To Turn Off Your Straightener
3. Get Out Of Here
4. I Like It Dirty
5. Tell Them You're Not Into Visitors
6. What Everyone Inside Is Thinking
7. Remind Them That The Doorbell's Broken
The only thing that this welcome mat wants you know is that the doorbell is broken and you have to yell "ding dong" really loud, in order to get in.
8. A Welcome Mat With Good Manners
9. A 'Friends Only' Zone
Sorry family, but friends are welcome and relatives are by appointment. Those are the rules specified on this doormat.
10. Cat's House, Cat's Rules
11. Wipe Your Paws
Need I say more? Adorn with gold paw prints, this mat reminds you to "wipe your paws" every time you enter the house. Yes, that goes to people too.
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