Door draft stoppers are a totally worthwhile addition to any space, to make sure you're super cozy tucked up on your couch — and to prevent you from losing money from escaping heat. It's crucial in the winter months to make small changes wherever you can to make things warmer, and one of these excluders can even be an aesthetically pleasing addition to your doors.
There are a few different styles of draft excluder to partner up with your sitting room door for the perfect combination. Fabric-wrapped tartan and tweed are traditional picks, but there are also excluders that stay attached to your door to prevent you from having to position your stopper back into place each time you exit the room.
What's more? Door draft stoppers can also be used on windows, to keep the heat in if yours are a little old. You can also use a door draft stopper in the summertime, to keep cold air inside a room that has an air conditioner or one of the best fans inside, and to prevent this cool air from flooding underneath your doors and into other rooms that aren't in use. In short: they're an economical buy, year-round.
We've got plenty more tricks up our sleeve for when we're fronted with the question of how to stop drafty doors, although rest assured that buying a door draft stopper should do the trick.
6 door draft stoppers to discreetly warm your home
1. This classic tweed door stopper is perfect for a traditional look
Tweedmill Cotswold Draught Excluder
With poly fleece stuffing and a subtle design, this classic looking stopper is the pick you need in order to keep things nice and warm. It has a width of 80cm to suit most doors, and will nicely match most decors.
2. This dog door draft guard is a sweet finishing touch to a room
Morgan Home Dog Draught Stopper
Add a canine sort of charm to your space with this dog draft door stopper. It's fun and super functional, meaning you'll have cozy and have a cute new companion too. It can also help with dust and noise too, making Henry the draught stopper an excellent pick.
3. This fleecey door draft stopper will keep the warmth firmly in
Morgan Home Solid Fleece Draft Guard
This fleecey material is a winner if you want to keep things as warm as possible in your home, and can help save you a few dollars when your energy bills come in. This one is triangle shaped so you can wedge it under a door nicely, and it's available in a chocolate or tan color.
4. This door draft stopper uses adhesive for ultimate convenience
Holikme 2 Pack Door Draft Stopper
This door draught stopper uses adhesive to keep the heat in your room and banish dust and other unwanted things from entering, which is ideal. It's not fleecey like the other picks, but it does have the added bonus of keeping your room soundproofed.
5. This plaid door draft stopper is a subtle pick for minimalist homes
Morgan Home Draft Guard
Keep things nice and snug in winter with this plaid draft guard, which blocks out light, sounds and smells from infiltrating your safe space. This fits standard size doors and also has a handy loop so that you can keep it hooked onto your doors when it's not in use, which is so handy.
6. A twin door draft stopper to conceal heat in two rooms at one time
VISEMAN 36 Inch Under Door Draft Stopper
Use this twin door draft stopper if your home is seriously drafty. It slides underneath your door so that both sides are covered, keeping both whichever room you are in cozy, as well as your entryway. This 2-in-1 pick means you needn't buy two door draft stoppers for one gappy door, plus it comes in several sizes and patterns to match your home decor. It's even machine washable, too.
Browse more door draft stoppers...
If you need a particular size or type of door draft stopper this winter, then there are lots of places to shop around for the perfect fit. These are our favorite retailers to browse for more stoppers: