CHERRY HILL, N.J. – Doormat company Entryways marks the coming holiday season with several new designs.

Entryways’ Handmade Collection debuts “Rudolph,” featuring a reindeer with a red nose surrounded by red polka dots. “Winter Welcome” captures a child sledding down a hill, scarf trailing in the breeze.



“We hope Rudolph and Winter Welcome capture the joy that comes with the holiday season and the first snowfall,” said Entryways President Eirini Kalafatides. “Both doormats put a smile on your face before you even enter a home.”

“Wrapping Paper” captures the mixed patterns trend in classic holiday colors and brings cheer to a front step.

The Handmade Collection doormats measure 18 inches wide by 30 inches long and are three quarters of an inch thick. The doormats are hand woven and hand painted.

“Dear Santa” is part of Entryways’ Sweet Home collection. The inspiration for the doormat’s “I Can Explain” greeting was the mischievous grin on a young boy.

“The ‘Dear Santa’ doormat instantly brings a smile to the face of everyone who sees it,” said Kalafatides. “We expect it to be a big hit this season.”

“Christmas Trees” captures the traditional holiday decoration against a red background with white polka dots. “Brrr” announces that winter is here, featuring white text with words such as blizzard, blanket and brisk on a blue background.

The Sweet Home collection doormats measure 17 inches wide by 28 inches and are half-an-inch thick. The mats are also made of coir but have a non-slip backing.

“Our doormats are an easy addition to holiday décor,” said Kalafatides. “We hope they leave the shelves of our retail partners like this year’s hottest toy.”

Entryways’ doormats are created by artists who bring a passion for trends, color and fun to each design. The doormats are made of all-natural coir or coconut fiber.

Entryways primarily distributes its doormats through garden center, hardware stores, supermarkets and gift stores.