Entryways Brother Rabbit Large Doormat | 24 x 36

By Entryways



Part of group: Victoria and Albert Museum Brother Rabbit Coir Doormat
This cute pair of rabbits hidden in vegetation is a motif taken from a furnishing textile by William Morris, held in the V&A’s archives. Designed between 1881 and 1882, Brother or Brer Rabbit shows a dense pattern of paired animals and fantastic foliage, illustrating Morris’ interest in medieval European textiles which he studied at the V&A. All doormats in Entryways’ V&A Collection are available in two sizes––18″ by 30″ and 24″ by 36″. Every Entryways mat is designed and crafted to be stylish and functional. Made from the best quality all-natural coir to meet the industry’s highest standards of durability, Entryways doormats are hand-stenciled with eco-friendly dyes for long-lasting vibrancy.



  • 100% natural coir with backing and constructed to the highest industry standards
  • Hand-painted with eco-friendly dyes; multiple stencils are used to recreate stunning artwork
  • Coir - derived from the husks of coconuts - is a natural and biodegradable fiber, an excellent dirt-trapper, and is known for its scraping abilities
    Recommended for use in a sheltered outdoor area that is not exposed to direct
  • sunlight to preserve the longevity of the colors
  • Shake or vacuum clean
  • This mat measures 24" by 36" by 1/2" thick; also offered in 18" by 30" by 1/2" thick
  • The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates slight variations in color and size; color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen