Entryways debuts spring 2017 doorway mats

Introductions include Red Bloom, Palms Welcome, among others

CHERRY HILL, N.J. - Inspired by the fresh and radiant beauty of spring, the artists of Entryways have created an array of new designs.

On the “Red Bloom” mat, Entryways artist Dianne Annelli captured the contrast between deep dark and brilliant red petals, while the "Roses" mat depicts a lush bouquet of the popular flower.

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The "Dragonfly" Handmade collection captures the jeweled tones of this delicate creature, while "Palms Welcome" features bright green palm leaves against a sky blue background.

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Entryways also has additions to its Sweet Home Collection: “Floral Welcome” boasts bold blooms in red and white above the classic "Welcome" greeting, while “Folk Flowers” was created in honor of the tradition of American folk art. And a new bumblebee mat features a bee's multi-colored body and wings hovering above a colorful honeycomb.

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The Handmade collection doormats are created by American artists and then sent to India, where the mats are all produced.

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