With Movember currently in full swing for many charitable males right now, we thought it was the perfect time to show the Moustache doormat by John Caswell.
The joke might wear a bit thin after a while, but this Bruce Forsyth-inspired Nice To See You doormat should raise a smile in the short term.
The name is the High-Top doormat at Urban Outfitters, but we know the design as the Chuck Taylor All Star by Converse, which has been around since the early part of the 20th century.
Instead of the plain thing you already have (or even the 'welcome' mat you might roll out), you could go a little more quirky at the front door with these Campervan doormats at Urban Outfitters.
Over five years since we first featured it (and yes, we were the first with it), that poster just keeps on appearing in different guises – the latest being this Keep Calm And Come In Doormat.
Yes, another variation of the Keep Calm and Carry On craze, which we thought had run out of steam by now. But we do actually like this particular design, which uses the original red and white on a mat sized at 43 x 73cm.
£23.50 is the price.
Like the rubik's cube beanbag we featured the other day, here's another icon of the 80s that crops up repeatedly on homewares: the humble cassette, this time appearing in this tape doormat from Third Drawer Down.
The doormat comes in the shape of simple blank cassette and measures a substantial 60cm across. It's probably a bit more durable than the average tape too, being made from rubber and being fully washable.
The doormat costs AUD74.
Buy it from Third Drawer Down