What first impressions does your doormat give?
Up until now my front door has given visitors a terrible first impression with it’s drag and colorless doormat. I’m so happy to say that my front doorstep has experienced a major facelift with our new doormat. Isn’t this surfin’ doormat to die for? It’s brightly colored with a unique and modern design and I am loving it!
I recently received this Entryways doormat for review. Here’s a brief introduction to Entryways:
Entryways doormats are handmade by locals in Kerala, the most Southwestern state in India. This is a vital cottage industry, providing a fair and steady source of income and supporting a sustainable community.
Coir comes from the husk of coconuts. It is a 100% natural and nenewable fiber. The coir is then hand-woven into a mat. The dyes used for our doormats are fade resistant and eco-friendly. Each mat is hand-stenciled and dyed. After it’s made, each mat is then reviewed for quality. Our Handmade Collection is entirely made by hand, ensuring that your mat is of the highest quality.
I’m truly impressed by this business plan.
I love buying products that are natural and benefit communities such as this one does in Kerala. Not only are these mats good for the environment and the people of Kerala, they’re handmade from quality materials that are durable and they look so good.
Entryways has many doormat options, from humorous “Bad the Bone” doormats to holiday mats. Living in Hawaii I’m so pleased with my Surf Boards doormat. Visit their site to see what mat catches your interest.
Where to buy: In Hawaii the Whole Foods stores at Kailua and Honolulu now have these mats. On the mainland you can purchase them at some Whole Foods stores, independent garden and hardware stores, gift stores, etc, or online at websites such as Hayneedle, Brookstone and Wayfair or simply visit Entryways to see their entire selection.
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*I was not compensated for this post. Any and all opinions here are mine. Aloha!