Entryways releases new doormats for warmer months

Six new collections introduced

CHERRY HILL, N.J. – Entryways, a leader in the home décor industry, celebrates the arrival of spring and summer with an array of doormat designs from its Handmade collection. Entryways releases new doormats for warmer months

Thinking about florals? The new Solstice doormat features bright flowers and leaves surrounding a simple “Welcome” message. The ornamental plant design of Succulent has teal and pink leaves fanning outward from the core, while Tropical Leaves offers myriad shades of green and a mid-century twist on modern botanical design.

Animal lovers have several new Handmade designs to place at their doorstep, such as the Peeping Cats doormat. On the new Turtle doormat, a turtle paddles in a sea of blue to greet all visitors. And on the company’s Swallows Tattoo doormat — which is inspired by a celebrated and enduring ink design — two multi-colored swallows swoop over fresh flowers.

Measuring 18 inches by 30 inches and ¾ inches thick, all doormats in the Entryways Handmade collection are hand-stenciled with fade-resistant dyes. They’re hand-woven from all-natural coconut fiber to meet the industry’s highest standards of durability.

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