Entryways introduces new themed doormats
July 14, 2017,
CHERRY HILL, N.J. — Entryways debuted new festive doormat rugs ahead of the holiday winter season.
Even before Christmas trees go up, the retro “Geo Ornaments” mat can display holiday ornaments dangling in vintage ‘50s style at the doorstep. “Polar Bears” features a pair of friendly white bears holding a welcome banner on a snowy blue background.
All Handmade Collection doormats measure 18-inches-by-30-inches and are 3/4-inch thick. They are hand-woven from eco-friendly coconut fiber and hand-stenciled with fade-resistant dyes.
Entryways also added several new seasonal designs to the Sweet Home Collection line, such as the “Santa Stop Here” mat. “Snowman” features an orange carrot nose and a big smile. The “Mittens” doormat will let everyone who comes to the door know that it’s warm and welcoming inside, too.
The Sweet Home line also includes other favorites for the holidays, including the “Naughty or Nice” and “Christmas Trees” with modern holiday spirit in classic Christmas colors.
The Sweet Home Collection mats, which measure 17-inches-by-28-inches, and are ½-inch thick, crafted from all-natural coir and hand-stenciled with fade-resistant dyes, and have a non-slip backing.
Each of the exclusive designs are created by American artists and then sent to India, where the mats are all produced. This video shows the process: bit.ly/1WRg4Uk
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