Imagine your entry with a doormat that’s actually pretty.

One that’s easy to clean. Drains like a dream. Stays put. Doesn’t shed. A doormat that’s built to last.

That's Porte +Hall. We have solutions for outside and inside.

welcome home.


Why I Started Porte+Hall

Several years ago, I set out to solve one of life’s great mysteries: Why is the first thing to greet you at home often the most uninspired?


First impressions matter.
For both you and your visitors.

There are few areas in your home that are touched more than your door. You experience your entry multiple times a day. Coming and going. Greeting family, friends, the UPS man. The UPS man again. And again. See what I mean?

As an interior designer, I believe deeply in the importance of your home's ability to brighten your mood and outlook.

Just like a clean desk or freshly-made bed, coming home to a beautiful and functional entryway is restorative and uplifting.

The process of building a better doormat took two years.

Lots of false starts, engineering challenges, bad prototypes, you name it. But I believe we got it right. We created mats with premium materials that are beautiful, yet also work hard for you.

I wake up every day excited, thinking about all the ways we can improve, grow, and re-invent a dormant industry (get it?!)

I hope you will come along for the ride. We can't wait to see your Porte + Hall.

Stafford meyer, founder

Porte + Hall and One Love

Porte + Hall believes in the power of supporting nonprofits near and dear to our heart. We have developed a partnership with our friends at the One Love Foundation, committing 2% of all profits to the organization. One Love was founded in honor of Yeardley Love, a 22-year-old college student who was killed by her ex-boyfriend. After her death, the family started the One Love Foundation to educate young people about the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships. One Love works to ensure that what happened to Yeardley doesn't happen to others by empowering young people to identify and avoid abuse and teaching them how to love better.

For more information about One Love, visit their website.