The Rope Co.

The Rope Co. Braided Nautical Lobster Rope Doormat

$105$245
The Rope Co.

The Rope Co. Braided Nautical Lobster Rope Doormat

$105$245
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These mats are best for use on non-skid surfaces, or with a non-skid rug pad.

Scuff that sand off.

If your family and friends like spending time outdoors, you need a doormat that can stand up to the kicking and scuffing of many sandy, dusty shoes. These nautical doormats are braided from the same tough rope that real lobstermen use out in the oceans—they’re ready for all kinds of weather, are mold and mildew-resistant, and can be easily cleaned with a hose-down. Worried about those pretty colors? Don’t be. They have UV-protection added in, so they’ll stay nice and bright through all your seasons and all those feet trooping through.

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C'mon, let's take a quick trip to Maine to see where these woven beauties hail from. The company owners, Logan & Hannah Rackliff, grew up surrounded by coastal traditions and you bet rope-making is part of that heritage. The rope you find in their household products is made from the same sturdy stuff that lobstermen use up and down the coast, from Canada to Florida. That means it can take a lot of wear and tear outside, but these rugs also look pretty dang charming inside, too (just make sure you use a non-skid rug pad if the surface is slippery). They're here in a whole variety of colors to match every porch or doorway.

Fishing for more? Read about our own real-life tour of the factory and neighborhood here in this maker story—you bet your boots there were lobster rolls, too.

Scuff that sand off.

If your family and friends like spending time outdoors, you need a doormat that can stand up to the kicking and scuffing of many sandy, dusty shoes. These nautical doormats are braided from the same tough rope that real lobstermen use out in the oceans—they’re ready for all kinds of weather, are mold and mildew-resistant, and can be easily cleaned with a hose-down. Worried about those pretty colors? Don’t be. They have UV-protection added in, so they’ll stay nice and bright through all your seasons and all those feet trooping through.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

C'mon, let's take a quick trip to Maine to see where these woven beauties hail from. The company owners, Logan & Hannah Rackliff, grew up surrounded by coastal traditions and you bet rope-making is part of that heritage. The rope you find in their household products is made from the same sturdy stuff that lobstermen use up and down the coast, from Canada to Florida. That means it can take a lot of wear and tear outside, but these rugs also look pretty dang charming inside, too (just make sure you use a non-skid rug pad if the surface is slippery). They're here in a whole variety of colors to match every porch or doorway.

Fishing for more? Read about our own real-life tour of the factory and neighborhood here in this maker story—you bet your boots there were lobster rolls, too.

Meet the Maker

The Rope Co.

Warren, ME
Founded by a 5th generation lobsterman family, the Rope Co. makes outdoor mats, rugs, bins, and tablecloths that are hand-knotted in Maine from nautical rope. Owners Logan & Hannah Rackliff grew up steeped in coastal traditions (Logan learned how to navigate a lobster boat before his bicycle training wheels came off), and rope-making is part of that heritage. The rope you find in their household products is made from the same sturdy stuff that lobstermen use up and down the coast, from Canada to Florida.
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