Entryways debuts holiday doormats

EntrywaysCHERRY HILL N.J. - Holiday shopping often begins with looking for new ways to decorate one’s home to express the joy of the season. For the holidays this year, the artists at Entryways have created doormats that provide both a welcoming touch and the most distinctive festive artistry.

There are two new additions to the company's Handmade collection:

• “Welcome Holly” is a holiday twist on a cherished classic—with the universal “welcome” message and a sprig of holly dotted with bright red berries.
• No flower says Christmas like the poinsettia, as exemplified in “Perfect Poinsettia,” an original design by the talented artist Dianne Annelli.

Like all the mats in our Handmade Collection, these two new Entryways designs are crafted to the industry’s highest standards. Woven of coir, they are hand painted and hand stenciled. Each Handmade doormat is ¾” thick and measures 18” X 30”.

The new addition to our Sweet Home collection takes its inspiration from that classic holiday tune, “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.” He’ll know just what to give each child with Naughty and Nice signposts attached to a red and white candy cane. The Sweet Home collection mats are made of highest quality coconut fiber. They are ½” thick, measure 17” X 28” and are crafted with a PVC non-slip backing.

Both the Handmade and Sweet Home mats are expert dirt trappers, designed to prevent debris and snow from entering the home. The mats in both collections are hand-stenciled with permanent, fade-resistant dyes.

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