"Colors of Maine" Assorted Recycled Lobster Rope Doormats, 24x36

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Back in stock for the first time in 2 years! We have a limited quantity of large 24 x 36 Recycled Lobster Rope Doormats ready to ship now. First come, first served on these beautiful handwoven nautical doormats.

As Seen on NBC's Today, HGTV Magazine, Better Homes & Gardens and - the Colors of Maine Doormat features a delightfully random array of scrap rope & recycled nautical rope once used to tether lobster traps together in the sea. Full of character and crisp color, these unique doormats are handwoven in Down East Maine using a multitude of recycled lobster ropes and are fast becoming the most popular Lobster Rope Doormat around!

No two can ever be the same - each Lobster Rope Doormat is eco-friendly and is one-of-a-kind and woven from the lobster rope available at time of order. See images above for examples of what you can receive. We cull through our doormats to ensure we your receive one great looking mat.

Arrives with descriptive tag - these mats are fun gifts and conversation-starters, a true piece of Maine history and whale-friendly, too! Maine fishermen no longer use float-rope to tether traps together because it was injuring the Northern Right Whale, an endangered species. Rather than sending this wonderful rope to landfills, it's now being woven into these innovative doormats. Each doormat arrives with a tag sharing this special story.

Designed to withstand tough weather - tough, durable, and long-lasting these outdoor doormats are made to last for years. Weighing from 9-10 pounds, they are hard working mats that have stood up to Mother Nature and are ready to take on your heavy traffic. Simply shake off or hose down to clean.

Maine Lobster Rope Doormats are also available in 21 x 33 and 18 x 30.

Maine Float Rope Handcrafted in Maine. 

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