What Is a Coir Mat?

A coir mat, or a coco mat, is a mat made from coconut husk fibers. These fibers are quite resilient making them ideal for doormats. They can be trounced upon for years and years and barely wear down. They can hold plenty of weight, and are good with water, but should not be left out in areas that get tons and tons of rain, as they don’t love water. If you live in a city that gets a lot of rain and you don’t have an overhang, you could stick it inside your home. I do seriously recommend investing in a coco mat, as they will save you from a lot of cleaning later on, these mats are great for getting mud and grime off of shoes and keeping it, so it’s not tracked through the house.

There is a large variety of coir mats out there to choose from. Aside from plain cocomats, you can get ones with a ton of different designs on them, there are floral prints, nautical prints, ones with sayings written on them. One of the most popular choices for coir matting nowadays is the funny ones. Make your guests giggle with a mat that says “Nice Underwear” or “OH NO not you again!” You even have the option to customize your own mat, put your last name or some initials on a mat, and you can choose from a selection of colors, fonts, and borders.

Coir mats are the ultimate front door accessory; they can add a touch of homeyness to a cement door step. It’s your homes first impression, so select carefully and figure out what kind of vibe you want to be giving off to your guests. Maintaining your coir mats looks and keeping it clean is also easy to do, just pick it up and give it a few shakes or a hit on the back to get the larger clumps out, and then take a vacuum to it. These mats are also green, which is becoming more and more important in our world. They are made of all natural fibers that can decompose in ways similar to fruits and vegetables, making them one of the most environmentally friendly home décor options.

No matter what look you are going for, when looking to spice up your front door you should have no problem finding the perfect mat, as there are a variety of websites committed to serving your every coir mat need.

Source by Julia LaBron