Spruce Head, Maine is your typical lobstah-loving town with many fishermen residing on its coastal shore. One local, however, is unlike the rest. A fifth-generation fisherman and fourth-generation rope maker, Logan Rackliff and his wife Hannah use traditional fishing rope to make doormats, not dinner. Handwoven with durable fibers that can hang tough in the high seas, it stands up to muddy galoshes, pawprints, and extreme weather. Place in your mudroom or at the front door for a beach cottage-inspired touch of style. Handmade in Maine.