Tilbury Farm Chickens Doormat 80x50cm


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Step into the charm of country life with the Tilbury Farm Chickens Doormat, designed to capture the heartwarming essence of a rustic farmhouse. Measuring 80cm by 50cm, this picturesque doormat showcases a delightful scene of two chickens, rendered in beautiful detail against the natural coir background.

Farmhouse doormat

This farmhouse doormat is beautifully crafted from coir fibres, known for their sturdy scraping capabilities. The vibrantly depicted poultry, surrounded by a whimsical pattern of black leaves, brings a touch of whimsy and a welcoming touch that guests and family members alike will adore. Backed with PVC vinyl, this is a low profile doormat that will suit a low door swing or doorstep.This doormat is not only a functional necessity but also a statement of your cozy and hospitable home style, blending seamlessly with both modern and traditional decors. Let your home's first impression be one of warmth and character with this enchanting farm-inspired doormat.

Measures 80cm by 50cm. It comes with a PVC backing.

These large doormats ship from our Peakhurst NSW warehouse. Usually despatched in 1-3 days with Australia Post.

If you choose to collect this modern farmhouse item, it will be available from the Peakhurst NSW warehouse. You will receive an SMS when it is ready to collect.


  • 80cm long
  • 50cm wide
  • 1.5cm thick
  • Made from coir and PVC

*Note that measurements of handmade items are approximate.

Made from natural coir fibres which is the hair on the outside of coconuts. Coir has great scraping properties and is naturally slight absorbent of water - which makes it a great material for a doormat!

Care instructions

Because coir naturally absorbs water, to ensure the best performance and longlasting beauty of your doormat, please:

  • make sure that it does not get excessively wet
  • let it dry quickly if it does get wet
  • be aware that cats and birds scratching the coir fibres of the mat can damage it and lead to excessive shedding