Get in the patriotic spirit with doormats from Entryways

Doormats are from Sweet Home, Handmade collections

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CHERRY HILL, N.J. – Put your love of country on full display with patriotic red, white and blue doormat designs from Entryways.

The colors of a shining republic grace our “Stars and Stripes” mat, part of Entryways’ popular Sweet Home collection. Measuring 17” by 28,” this doormat is hand-stenciled with permanent, fade-resistant dyes. Made from all-natural, eco-friendly coconut fiber that traps dirt, this 3/4” thick mat has a PVC non-slip backing.

See Related Article: Entryways releases summer door mats

The “America” doormat from the Entryways Handmade collection features the country’s name in red and white atop a blue background on this 18” by 30” mat.

Reminiscent of traditional American flag window bunting, Entryways’ half-circle “Americana” doormat is also from the Handmade collection.

The Handmade collection doormats are the perfect way to welcome artisan craftsmanship to your home. Each of our exclusive designs is lovingly created by American artists and then sent to India, where the mats are all produced.

See Related Article: Entryways USA expands Williamsburg collections

Entryways is based in New Jersey and specializes in floor and doormats. The company designs, manufactures and imports durable, uniquely-designed doormats and rugs in a variety of price points, qualities and sizes. For more than thirty years, it has been recognized for eco-friendly products featuring bright colors, classic designs and innovative graphics.

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