A door draft stopper is certainly an underrated household item– but it shouldn’t be! I’ve long mastered the art of combining functionality and fashion, so you’ll surely please everyone in your home with these door draft stopper ideas.
Easy-To-Sew Door Draft Stopper Ideas
1. Simple Door Draft Stopper
If you don’t have much time to spare on your sewing machine but would still prefer a nice-looking door draft stopper over a rolled-up carpet, this one’s for you! Hefty and secured with a handle, this draft stopper can be done in no time!
2. Crochet Door Draft Stopper
Crochet may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a draft blocker. With their tiny holes, surely the wind will still be able to slip in, right? Wrong! This tight-knit draft stopper will surely get the job done!
3. Mismatched Socks Door Draft Stopper
Colorful and adorable mismatched socks shall find their new life as part of this snake draft dodger! Now you can use your old socks instead of chucking them in the nearest trash bin!
4. Red And White Door Draft Stopper
If classic yet festive is your approach to design, then this red and white draft stopper would be the perfect addition to your home! Not to mention that you could still use it as decor when the holidays roll around!
5. Upcycled Old Tights Draft Stopper
Upcycling’s still in this 2018! Pull out those old tights and cover it with old gift wrapping tubes as door draft blocker. Isn’t it brilliant? 🙂
6. Blue Striped Door Draft Stopper
One of the simplest ones on this list is this blue and white tube draft stopper which exudes an old-world charm that I never tire of looking at. It gives off a cozy vibe – precisely what you want to look at when you’re all warm and resting.
7. Lace Trim Door Draft Stopper
From modern world to a touch of vintage, this lace trim draft stopper mixes sleek modern design with lace and polka-dots. Perfect for those caught between the old and the new!
8. DIY Branch Draft Stopper
Realistic as it seems, this draft stopper will not be responsible for any stubbed toes! Craving for sunlight and spring? Here’s a subtle reminder of what’s to come in a few months.
9. Faux Wood Door Draft Stopper
The faux draft stopper reminds me of warm outdoors and sounds of nature. A favorite of my husband who just craves to be outside, this would also be a perfect gift for any friend or relative of yours who loves the forest!
10. Mickey Mouse Door Draft Stopper
11. Door Draft Excluder with Applique
Appliques are perfect for personalizing items! Make your draft stopper quirky and unique by choosing your own appliques!
12. Fabric Dog Door Draft Stopper
As you know, I’m a big fan of dogs, as we have one at home! These adorable and fluffy dog draft materials are almost impossible for me to let go of! They’re just so cuddly!
13. Handmade Snowman Door Draft Stopper
An icon of cold now becomes an icon for keeping heat in! Good thing this snowman is not made from snow or else it would’ve melted already!
14. Dual Door Draft Stopper
Not quite convinced with covering just one side? Well, look no further than this dual door draft stopper! Now you can rest safe and sound because no heat is escaping!
- INSULATION ALL YEAR LONG: Stay warm during winter months and cool during summer months with this convenient draft blocker for your doors and windows. Our patented design slides under windows and doors to block cold air from entering and prevents cold air from the AC from escaping the house. Made with a durable fabric cover, the sleeve holds foam cylinders on both sides of a door or window to create an airtight seal.
- GREAT FOR DOORS & WINDOWS: This exterior and interior door sweep can be used under doors or windows. Each stopper is double-sided, allowing for extra protection from the cold or heat depending on the season. It features a patented hook-and-loop closure that is adjustable so you can easily fit it to your home. This door guard fits under doors up to 36" W.
- SAVE ENERGY: Don’t waste energy trying to warm up a cold house or cool a hot house when there’s a draft! Instead, use our efficient door protector. You’ll save money and energy by helping reduce the amount of power needed to warm or cool your home. The Twin Draft Guard Extreme is compatible with all types of flooring, including carpet, tile, linoleum, and hardwood.
- USE ANYWHERE: Our double-sided insulated draft stopper can be used for both residential and commercial spaces. Use it to fill gaps underneath the doors in your entryway, living room, basement, or garage. It’ll protect the interior of your home or business from harsh cold and hot temperatures so you can enjoy the indoors. It can also help reduce outside noise and prevent dirt, dust, and creatures from entering your home.
- INSULATION YOU NEED: This easy-to-install interior and exterior door stopper is flexible enough to use on any type of floor and will securely fit under doors up to 36" W. You’ll never have to bend down to reposition it! Utilize a door and window stopper in your main living area, the basement, the garage, or anywhere else to keep costs down and temperatures comfortable.
15. A row of Houses Door Draft Stopper
I never thought I’d see the day that I would think; “A row of houses would look so cute at the bottom of my door.” But lo and behold, this draft stopper is simply creative and adorable!
16. Upcycled Denim Door Draft Stopper
Don’t throw out those old jeans just yet! Give them a second chance to warm you up by upcycling them into good-looking draft stoppers!
17. Crochet Dog Door Draft Stopper
Last but definitely not the least, this crochet dog door draft stopper! A bit more time-consuming, but definitely worth every second! Just look at that sweet face and the fuzzy tail!
Looking for more tips on how to make a door draft stopper? Check out this video from DoltOnaDime!
Now that you have a great choice for your first (or third) door draft stopper, you also have one more way to keep your electricity bill down! You can even give them as useful gifts to your loved ones – I’m sure they’ll definitely appreciate it!
Which one of these door draft stoppers caught your attention? Which one are you itching to start on? Tell me in the comments below!
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in January 2017 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.