The threshold of your home is one of the most important parts of making a memorable first impression on your house guests, but these unfriendly doormats aren't doing much welcoming.
Typical doormats usually bear greetings to the people that wipe their feet on them. Doormats like these take the opposite approach and offer warnings and attempt to ward off next-door neighbors and thieves.
Some of these anti-social mats attempt to scare away visitors with artful transformations that make doormats look like sewer grates and the monsters that lurk beneath. But if efforts like these still fail to scare off pesky neighbors, you could always take a direct approach and display a doormat that reads: "Go Away."
From Swamp Monster Welcome Mats to Anti-Social Welcome Mats
Mood-Affecting Welcome Mats
The 'Come In Go Away' Doormat Displays Your Attitude Toward Guests
Covert Weight Displays
The Doormat Scale Tells You Your Weight Even Before You Enter the Door
Does it Say 'Come in' or 'Go Away'?
Swamp Monster Welcome Mats
Scare Strangers Away with the Alligator Manhole Cover Doormat
The Meninos 'Mine Doormat' Might Knock Your Socks Off
Clawed Welcome Rugs
The 'Beware of Cat' Doormat Prevents a Hairy Situation
Israeli 'First Hug' Raises Abandonment Awareness With Advertising
Criminal Catching Doormats
The Anti-Burglar Mats Traps Thieves on the Way Out
The Voodoo Doormat Brings Happiness to Those Who Enter
Punchy Coco-Fiber Doormats
Sustainable Company Reed Wilson Design Has a Sense of Humor
Rad Pop Culture Rugs
Damn Good Doormats Offers Hilariously Warm Welcomes
Anti-Social Welcome Mats
The 'Go Away' Doormat from Fancy Says it Like it Is
Unwelcome Door Mats
Tell Visitors How It Is