Entryways introduces new designs for every homeowner

Simplest mats among company's best-sellers

EntrywaysCHERRY HILL, N.J. — Entryways, a manufacturer of outdoor door mats, has released a wide range of new mats, usable outdoor year-round.

“Through the years, many of our most popular mats have been among the simplest designs,” said Entryways president Eirini Kalafatides. “And, while many of our mats are designed for the homeowner who prefers an understated look, they also cater to a wide range of tastes, everything from the love of Americana to the latest trends in home décor.”

In the cherished tradition of Americana, “America” will appeal to those who love to showcase their patriotism. American pride is displayed in red, white and blue, the glorious colors of a proud republic.

Designed for those who simply love their home, the simple “Home” will enhance any home’s entryway with just the right balance of warmth and elegance.

Yet nothing is more welcoming than the gracious greeting, “Be Our Guest.” The generous spirit evoked by this expression inspires an Entryways design of classic simplicity.

Teal is the color of infinite decoration possibilities and stripes are preferred for their simple elegance. Now these two trends are married in a mat that will provide a colorful welcome to any home.

"#Blessed" is one of the most popular hashtags on social media as people express their latest accomplishment or milestone in life. Now homeowners can show their gratitude for living in a cozy home, blessed by family and good fortune, by decorating their entryway with the popular hashtag!

Another popular trend involves geometric patterns. Available in three different sizes, “Gossamer” is designed with an interlocking geometric pattern and is part of Entryways’ Extra Thick Handmade collection.

Entryways has always shown that the many ways to create a welcoming touch for any home are limited only by the imagination. For example, the four-leaf clover isn’t merely the traditional symbol of good fortune. The first leaf represents faith, the second signifies hope, the third expresses love, and the fourth is for luck. This mat, with its large checked clover, was designed to bring all good things to every home.

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