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  • Are All Mats Made in the UK?

    Are All Mats Made in the UK?

     

    "So, are all mats made in the UK?" This is one of the most frequently asked questions of all.

    Coconuts Palms in Kerala, Southern India Coconuts Palms in Kerala, Southern India

     

    As you know, most of our doormats are made from Coir Fibre, which is a by-product of coconut production.

    The fibrous outer husk around the outside of what we recognize as the rough brown coconut shell is soaked, teased, and spun into a coarse yarn which in turn becomes the tufts of many of the coconut doormats we sell.

    The UK is not renowned for its coconut groves.

    They are grown all over the world but not in the UK. The main parts of the world for coir production for use in doormats are in Southern India and Sri Lanka.

    So how do we make doormats in the UK?

     

    Many of the mats we sell are indeed made right here in the UK with raw materials from overseas, but others are specially produced for us in other countries, including India, Sri Lanka, Italy, USA and The Netherlands.

    Where are our mats made?

     

    Many of the mats we sell are made right here in the UK, but others are specially produced for us in other countries, including India, Sri Lanka, Italy, USA and The Netherlands. We choose our supply partners very carefully to ensure a quality product and ethical, responsible supply chain.

    Coir for our doormats comes from waste coconut husk Coir for our doormats comes from waste coconut husk

    Hand Stitched Coir Mats

     

    Our traditional made to measure hand stitched mats are made here in Lincoln, UK, in our custom matting workshop. Our partners in India and Sri Lanka make giant rolls of woven backed coir for us which then travels to us in containers by sea freight.  Here in Lincoln we use traditional mat making skills that have been in our family for generations to turn these giant rolls into individual bespoke doormats made to the exact size that you specify.

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    Ready-Made Coir Mats

     

    The same factories that produce our giant rolls also made individual doormats for us from the same high-quality coir fibre we use in our bespoke products.

    These standard sized mats are made on looms, either modern power looms or old-fashioned wooden hand looms. They are come in a range of sizes from the very small 60cm x 40cm to the huge 125cm x 75cm.

    These ready-made mats come from both India and Sri Lanka.

    See them here.

    PVC Backed Coir Matting

     

    Many of our customers order cut to size PVC backed coir matting. There is currently no manufacturer producing the large 2 metre x 12.5 metre rolls of this material here in the UK. Traditionally in Europe it is made in The Netherlands and Italy. There are also factories in both India and Sri Lanka making it too.

    Our Lincoln team hand stitch bespoke mats to order Our Lincoln team hand stitch bespoke mats to order

    We buy a lot of these rolls, because we stock all the grades, colours and thicknesses available. We import them to the UK and then your order is hand-cut to your specified size in the UK in one of our workshops.

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    Printed Doormats

     

    We have a wide range of printed doormats, these come from various countries including India, Sri Lanka and Italy. However, the coconut fibre for most of them originates in either India or Sri Lanka.

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    Washable Doormats

     

    We are very proud to stock Hug Rugs which are made here in the UK in a factory in Yorkshire. They use recycled materials such as plastic bottles, recycled commercial plastic and old t-shirts to make their beautiful range of highly absorbent washable doormats.

    In addition, our custom-made washable doormats are also made in the UK.

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    Logo Mats

     

    We sell most types of logo mats for businesses, all of these except for the rubber ones which come from USA are made here in the UK.

    Traditional Coir Doormat - Hand Stitched in the UK Traditional Coir Doormat - Hand Stitched in the UK

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    Slate & Wooden House Signs and Gifts

     

    Our slate and wooden signs and gift are made to order in a small workshop in Staffordshire. It is a skilled task. As a result, we do not just import blank signs and carve them. Our workshop makes the wooden signs individual from lengths of wood and bevels the edges. Therefore, we can offer a totally bespoke service as every part of the sign is made to order here in the UK.

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    Get in touch:

    We hope that this has helped to make things a little clearer. However, if you still have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our customer colleagues who’ll be happy to help.

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  • National Apprenticeship Week at Make An Entrance

    Happy National Apprenticeship Week everyone!

    National Apprenticeship week is all about encouraging employers to get ‘Fired Up’ about apprenticeships and the opportunities they provide for businesses.

    At Make An Entrance we’re already fired up about apprenticeships! We are proud to have taken on several apprentices in the past. We are delighted to have played our part to support the career development of young people in Lincolnshire.

    Hand Stitching a Coir Mat in our workshop Hand Stitching a Coir Mat in our workshop

    Why do we take on apprentices?

    Joining a small close-knit team within a company which is rapidly expanding provides the perfect opportunity for an apprentice to grow and develop their skills.

    Because we manufacture products at our Lincoln headquarters we offer the ideal environment for young people to experience the extensive operations behind our business cycle. This begins with raw materials arriving from our suppliers and then creating mats before sending out orders to customers.

    While working with us, our apprentices become key members of our team. They offer a new perspective of on our company and products. Often, our apprentices surprise us with new and innovative business ideas!

    We tie the edges in by hand to stop the mat fraying. We tie the edges in by hand to stop the mat fraying.

    What do apprentices learn at Make An Entrance?

    We work with apprentices over a few years so that they’re able to develop a full breadth of knowledge and gain experience across the business.

    Historically we take on apprentices as bespoke workshop technicians. This role involves creating our bespoke coir mats by hand from start to finish.

    The process includes hand-stitching traditional coir and managing the workshop space. They must achieve set objectives to meet orders and finally, distribute the orders to external sub-contractors or customers.

    In addition to the practical skills they gain during their time with us, apprentices also gain a Level 2 Supply Chain Warehouse Operative qualification. As a result, they have the perfect foundation for a career across a variety of manufacturing sectors.

    We stitch all the way round the mat to leave a beautiful finish We stitch all the way round the mat to leave a beautiful finish

    Will we be taking on apprentices in the future?

    We will have a number of apprenticeship opportunities available in the near future for young people to get involved with at Make An Entrance.

    Apprenticeships are just one of the ways we give back to the Lincolnshire community for the support it has offered us. We actively encourage more businesses to get involved in offering them.

    Our custom matting workshop in Sadler Road, Lincoln Our custom matting workshop in Sadler Road, Lincoln

    To find out more about what it is like to be an apprentice, check out the #AskAnApprentice Q&A taking place on Twitter.

    If you would like more information about the apprenticeship opportunities at Make An Entrance, please contact us.

    Not only during National Apprenticeship Week but at any time throughout the year. We are always looking for the right people to join our growing team. So, please get in touch.

  • Announcing Our Charity of the Year for 2020!

    We’re so pleased to announce that we’ve chosen YMCA Lincolnshire as our Charity of the Year for 2020 – our first ever charity of the year!

    This year we’ve decided to combine all the money we raise from a series of events throughout the year into one pot. This will focus our efforts on making a much bigger difference to our charity of choice.

    Giving back to worthy causes and supporting our local community is an important part of our business. It brings us together as a team and it’s hugely rewarding for us to see all our hard work helping an important cause.

    YMCA Lincolnshire is Make An Entrance Charity of the Year 2020 Pictured are Chief Executive Officer Caroline Killeavy left and Sam Burlton co-owner of Make An Entrance right at YMCA on St Rumbolds Street

     What is YMCA Lincolnshire?

    YMCA supports vulnerable people in the community. It provides numerous support services and facilities within Lincolnshire, including 24-hour emergency overnight accommodation, housing, day care, youth work and training.

    The charity also runs the Nomad Centre on St Rumbold’s Street in Lincoln, the only permanent direct-access homeless provision in Lincolnshire.

    Why did we choose them as our charity of the year?

    We first got to know the YMCA Lincolnshire team last year when we donated five branded doormats to the charity’s new Nomad Centre.

    We visited the centre to see where the mats would be used. YMCA’s Chief Executive Officer Caroline Killeavy gave us a tour of the facilities.   As a result, we were blown away by the brilliant work being done to support homeless people in Lincoln.

    Having been so impressed by the facilities that are provided at the new Nomad Centre, we made it our aim to raise enough money to sponsor one of the 20 en suite rooms at the facility.

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    How will we raise the money?

    We’ve already signed up to take part in various activities throughout the year to raise our target. These include the Lincoln 10K, Action Challenge, the Great North Run and the 2020 Lincoln Santa Fun Run later in the year.

    We are also hosting a series of lent lunches. At these we'll serve a basic meal of soup and bread in exchange for donations. Don't hesitate to get in touch if you like to come along.

    What will the money we raise do?

    Our fundraising target is £5,000. This will cover the cost of sponsoring one room at the Nomad Centre for the next three years.

    The money from the room sponsorship will go towards the great work YMCA does. They work to identify reasons for homelessness, and provide residents with a safe space through their own en suite room. They also provide specialist 24-hour support for the health, well being and individual needs of those staying at the centre.

    Sam and the team will be taking part in a series of challenges to raise money for YMCA Lincolnshire in 2020. Sam and the Make An Entrance team will be taking part in a series of challenges to raise money for YMCA Lincolnshire in 2020.

    How can you help?

    We would greatly appreciate any support for our fundraising efforts this year. Whether it’s a small donation or sharing one of our fundraising posts on social media, every little helps!

    To donate to our fundraising efforts visit our JustGiving page. To keep up to date with all our latest activities follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.

    YMCA Lincolnshire also has a number of fundraising events taking place throughout the year, including Sleep Easy 2020 on 6th March. To find out more about how you can get involved, visit their website.
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  • Make An Entrance Heads to Hannover!

    It’s been a busy and exciting start to 2020 for the Make An Entrance team as we kicked off the New Year with a visit to Hannover in Germany for DOMOTEX – the flooring industry’s leading international trade fair which brings together exhibitors and visitors from across the world.

    Our two co-directors Sam and Stuart attend the exhibition each year to gain an insight into all the latest industry trends, meet suppliers and network with businesses from around the world.

    Sam and Stuart Burlton at Domotex Our two co-directors Sam and Stuart exploring the halls of Domotex

    What is DOMOTEX?

    DOMOTEX is a trade fair run by Deutsche Messe – a leading global producer of capital goods trade fairs. The DOMOTEX exhibition is an annual event which takes place in January at the Deutsche Messe AG exhibition and trade centre in Hannover, Germany.

    Exhibitors and visitors from all over the world attend the three-day event. They visit to find out about the latest trends, innovative ideas and developments in the flooring industry. The event also offers businesses the opportunity to network with smaller firms or larger enterprises as well as suppliers.

    On average, the event welcomes around 1,400 exhibitors from over 60 nations; over two thirds of visitors come from outside Germany – and more than half of them come from outside the EU.

    Why did we go?

    During the exhibition, Hannover serves as the international centre for the flooring sector. It offers the ideal opportunity for businesses like ours to broaden their knowledge and connections within the industry.

    We currently source raw materials for our products from companies across Europe and as far away as India and Sri Lanka. Our visit to Germany was to meet a range of potential new suppliers. We were very excited by some of the products which we are hoping to add to our range throughout the year.

    Spinning Silk by Hand So many interesting things to see. This man was spinning silk into yarn using traditional equipment.

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    The keynote theme of this year’s expo was ATMYSPHERE. It’s based on the concept of using flooring to create a sense of well-being. With a focus on encouraging green living through the work that we do.

    For many people a doormat is only for covering the floor and wiping your feet on. But to us, a doormat has the potential to add style and character to any home.

    After all, we have to live with the flooring choices not only in our homes but also in our workplaces. So why shouldn’t they benefit our well-being and the environment too?

    This concept really resonated with us. One our main aims for 2020 is to increase our sustainable practices and the eco credentials of our products.

    Many of our doormats are already made from eco-friendly coir fibre.   This is produced using the fibrous husk that surrounds coconuts – a completely biodegradable material. Which means that it can be thrown on the compost at the end of its life.

    As a result of our visit, we’re looking forward to implementing what we’ve learnt at DOMOTEX to offer even more eco-friendly products very soon – watch this space!

  • Business Woman of the Year Win for Our Co-Director!

    We’re nearing the end of a fantastic 2019 here at Make An Entrance, and now we’re going out with a bang as our very own co-director Samantha Burlton has been named as Northern England Business Woman of the Year at this year’s National Business Women’s Awards!

    Sam Burlton of Make An Entrance - Northern England Business Woman of the Year 2019 Sam Burlton of Make An Entrance - Northern England Business Woman of the Year 2019

    Samantha received the prestigious award at a glamorous awards ceremony on Thursday 12th December at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in Kensington, London.

    Sam was joined by our fellow co-director Stuart Burlton for emotional support during the nerve-wracking moments before the award was announced and to celebrate in style afterwards!

    Stuart Burlton and Sam Burlton at the awards dinner Stuart Burlton and Sam Burlton at the awards dinner

    Why did Sam win Business Woman of the Year?

    Sam scooped the award for her significant accomplishments over the past 12 months. For possessing the award’s key attributes of vision, innovation, entrepreneurial drive, leadership and commitment to gender diversity.

    Sam’s aptitude for business has been evident from a young age. In sixth form she demonstrated entrepreneurial spirit by leading her Young Enterprise team to success. They raised enough money through various projects for a trip to the European Parliament.

    She is an experienced and inspirational business leader who has always had entrepreneurial flair. After leaving her previous job in 2004 to write her own business plan, Sam launched our website in 2005. She has continued to build our company which has gone from strength to strength over the last 14 years.

    Sam’s innovative ideas and determination to adapt in order to remain competitive have kept our business at the forefront of the flooring industry producing beautiful, traditional and high-quality doormats using time-honoured techniques.

    What does this mean to Sam?

    Sam is beyond ecstatic to have won and to be finishing what has already been such a great year for our company on yet another high.

    The award is a much-appreciated reward for battling through the business highs and lows she’s faced and for coming out the other side stronger for it.

    She’d like to say a massive thank you to the National Business Women’s Awards for the honour and for putting on such a fantastic awards night.

    Sam Burlton - delighted to be presented with the Northern England Business Woman of the Year Award Sam Burlton - delighted to be presented with the Northern England Business Woman of the Year Award

    What does this mean to Make An Entrance?

    We’re so proud of Sam for championing women in business and inspiring those with a similar entrepreneurial spirit to pursue their ambitions.

    Finally, we’d like to congratulate Sam on behalf of the business and we’re now looking forward to the New Year and all the exciting developments to come!

  • Support Community Gardening with a Charity Calendar

    Christmas is a time for giving and we have the perfect gift for loved ones: a 2020 charity calendar! By purchasing one of these calendars you’ll be able to tick a gift off your Christmas list and help a good cause at the same time – two in one!

    We’ve teamed up with Lincoln Print and Copy Centre and David Harrison Photography to create a 2020 calendar to support a wonderful community interest company called Sage Gardener.

    Sage Gardener Charity Calendar 2020 Sam Burlton, (Make An Entrance) David Newman & Jane Newman (Sage Gardener). Photo: David Harrison Photography

    What is Sage Gardener?

    Sage Gardener runs a community garden set in ancient woodland near Swinderby in Lincolnshire. It is used by members of the local community including those living with dementia and their carers. As well as those who are lonely or affected by mental health issues.

    Sage Gardener’s vegetable, flower, sensory and wildlife gardens act as a social hub to engage members of the community. Activities include gardening, floral and rural crafts to reduce stress and improve health and well being.

    What does the charity calendar include?

    The calendar features stunning wildlife images taken around the Lincolnshire countryside and the great work of volunteers and visitors on site at the various gardens.

    It also features a series of helpful tips on gardening and well-being. This makes it the ideal gift or addition to the home for any green-fingered enthusiasts or local wildlife lovers.

    age Gardener Charity Calendar 2020 Sage Gardener Charity Calendar 2020

    Why should I buy a calendar?

    All the money raised by purchases of the calendar will go straight towards building a new wooden cabin. This is desperately needed for members of the community to use during the winter months. This will allow regular visitors and bigger groups to continue enjoying the facilities even during periods of bad weather.

    We visited the gardens in November to hear first-hand from Jane Newman, Director at Sage Gardener, about the work they do. We were inspired to hear how they help those of all ages get outdoors. To learn about gardening, crafting and experiencing the rewards of growing your own vegetables.

    As a result, we were inspired to support the amazing work being done by Sage Gardener in any small way we could. Sponsorship and facilitating online orders for the calendars is an easy task for us but makes an enormous difference to the organisation.

    You can buy the calendar for £10 (including postage and packing). Order through our website, or by calling us on 07707325016. Every penny goes towards fundraising for the cabin.

    Finally, we close for Christmas on 20th December. All calendars ordered after this date will be posted when we re-open on 2nd Jan 2020.

    What can you do to help?

    We would be so grateful for your help in supporting Sage Gardener and all the amazing work they do. Once you’ve bought a calendar, don’t forget to share a picture of it on social media and spread the word!

    To find out more about Sage Gardener visit their website, or follow them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

  • National Award Recognition for Our Co-Director

    Here at Make An Entrance we think that every single person who has contributed towards building our company is a superstar – and it seems we’re not the only ones!

    Our very own co-director Samantha Burlton has been nominated as Northern England Business Woman of the Year at this year’s National Business Women’s Awards, and we couldn’t be more proud.

    National Business Women’s Awards - Sam Burlton - Make An Entrance Director as finalist National Award Recognition for Our Co-Director Sam Burlton

    This is the third nomination that we’re celebrating this year. In October Sam was nominated for Business Person of the Year 2019. And Make An Entrance was also nominated in the Small Lincolnshire Business of the Year category at this year’s Lincolnshire Media Business Awards.

    What are the National Business Women’s Awards?

    Now in their third year, the National Business Women’s Awards honour business owners, leaders and inspirational business women across the UK who have achieved significant accomplishments over the past 12 months.

    The 2019 awards are made up of 21 categories and this year’s awards ceremony will take place at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in London on Thursday 12th December. Over 250 guests are expected to attend and on the night will be able to enjoy a drinks reception, as well as a three-course meal and entertainment.

    Why has Sam been nominated?

    Sam is an experienced and inspirational business leader who has always had entrepreneurial flair. After leaving her previous job in 2004 to write her own business plan, Sam launched MakeAnEntrance.com in 2005. She has continued to build our company which has gone from strength to strength over the last 14 years.

    Sam’s innovative ideas and determination to adapt in order to remain competitive have kept our business at the forefront of the flooring industry.  We produce beautiful, traditional and high-quality doormats using time-honoured techniques.

    What does it mean to be nominated?

    It is an honour to have Sam shortlisted and recognised alongside the likes of businesswomen from Total Fitness, Crest Nicholson and Systematics International.

    2019 has already been such a great year for our business; we opened our new Lincoln workshop and have taken on our first apprentices. It’s fantastic to be recognised for all the hard work that’s been put in to make the company a success.

    Please keep your fingers crossed for us this week. We’ve got our party frocks ready and we’re looking forward to celebrating what should be a great night!

  • Doormats for YMCA’s New Nomad Centre

    At Make an Entrance giving back to worthy causes and supporting our local community is an important part of our business.

    When we found out about YMCA Lincolnshire’s latest project to open the new Nomad Centre on St Rumbold’s Street in Lincoln, we were keen to get involved and support the project to help make a difference to the lives of those facing homelessness in the city.

    What is the Nomad Centre?

    The Nomad Centre is a specialist facility for homeless people built by Lindum Group for YMCA Lincolnshire – an organisation which provides a range of support, services and facilities within Lincolnshire including emergency overnight accommodation, housing, day care, youth work and training.

    Make An Entrance Doormats for YMCA’s New Nomad CentreNomad Blog

    The YMCA and its projects aim to uphold the worth and dignity of all individuals, ensuring that people of all ages and backgrounds have access to the basic essentials of life and can enjoy the benefits of companionship.

    The Nomad Centre is a new facility which replaces the existing Nomad shelter on Monks Road and is the only permanent direct access homeless provision in Lincolnshire. It has 20 new en suite rooms, two hostel rooms, a professional kitchen and a day centre giving residents 24-hour access.

    The centre was officially opened by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Lincolnshire, Mr Toby Dennis, on Wednesday 13th November and a community open day was held on Saturday 16th November for members of the public to visit the centre and get first-hand experience of the fantastic facilities.

    How are we involved?

    Sam Burlton from Make An Entrance with Rachael Baxter from YMCA Nomad Sam Burlton from Make An Entrance with Rachael Baxter from YMCA Nomad

    The Nomad Centre will support those without homes, those forced to sleep rough, those with complex difficult backgrounds and those who have suffered from abuse, addiction or have fallen on hard times. The YMCA therefore wanted to ensure that these rooms were more than just four walls and a bed; every room is designed as a Psychologically Informed Environment (PIE) for Trauma Informed Care (TIC). When we heard about the wide-set corridors and laminated flooring, we knew our doormats would make the perfect welcoming touch.

    Delighted to be able to get involved, we produced five doormats that not only match the Nomad Centre’s branding but are also machine washable so they can be cleaned easily.

    Ahead of the official opening last week, we visited the centre to deliver five of our Carpet Logo Mats, which are each complete with the green-coloured Nomad logo printed big, bright and clear on each mat.

    During our visit we were given a tour of the amazing facility by Rachael Baxter, Community Engagement Manager at YMCA Lincolnshire. The rooms were dressed to appear occupied by residents, with inspiring case studies from those helped by the centre placed in the rooms to highlight the impact the project has on the community. It was fantastic to see how our doormats have instantly added a homely feel to the rooms.

    Why is the new facility so important?

    During our tour, we talked to the centre staff about how important these rooms will be for improving the quality of life for the residents. The whole centre creates a homely and positive environment and is a crucial service given that street homelessness in Lincoln is now three times higher than in 2010.

    We’re thrilled to have played a very small part and would like to thank YMCA Lincolnshire for all their hard work within our community – the new Nomad Centre looks fantastic! If you’d like to know more about how you can get involved to support the YMCA, visit: https://www.lincsymca.co.uk/get-involved/

  • Eco Coconut Matting the Traditional Coir Door Mats

    We have been making eco coconut matting the traditional coir door mats for a very long time. In fact, the roots of Make An Entrance stretch back to the 19th Century.

    Originally partially sighted and blind people made traditional coir door mats in workshops around the UK. They were run by the charity Royal National Institute for the Blind.

    Today we still stitch our traditional mats by hand in the same way we always have; they are made to size you need in a range of thicknesses to suit your needs.

    Eco Coconut Matting The Traditional Coir Door Mats Eco Coconut Matting The Traditional Coir Door Mat

    What Is A Hand Stitched Coir Mat?

    It is our partner in India who makes the giant rolls of coir. These rolls of coir are made specifically for us.

    Our craftsmen then take this Eco Coconut Matting cut it to the size you need, and hand finish your bespoke doormat here in the UK.  The same way they have been made for decades.

    What makes it Eco Coconut Matting?

    Coir fibre is a waste product. It's the fibrous husk that surrounds the coconut. Using coir to make doormats is a great environmental option. It uses a waste product to do a great job. Then at the end of its life is can be composted to help other plants grow.

    Because coir (coconut fibre) is totally biodegradable, when your mat eventually wears out you can simply throw it onto the compost heap.

    Any of our woven back coir mats can be classed as eco coconut matting as they're plastic free and totally biodegradable too.

    Let us help:

    Make An Entrance is a family run company and we pride ourselves on offering excellent customer service, getting the job done right first time.

    Finally, if you have any questions or would like to place an order by phone, we're here Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm to take your call on 020 8819 5869.

    Stay up to date with our latest news and offers by following us on Facebook or Linked In.

  • Eco Large Door Mats Video

    Introducing Eco Large Door Mats:

    Our new Eco Large Door Mats are one of the products we are most proud of at Make An Entrance.

    Check out the video below to find out why:

    How  we make Eco Large Door Mats:

    We make these by hand on a traditional wooden hand loom in southern India. This gives them a very tight weave and firm pile. So they are extremely hard wearing.

    Our partner in India who makes the giant rolls of coir we use for our made to measure mats makes these mats specially for us.

    Because coir (coconut fibre) is totally biodegradable, when your mat eventually wears out you can simply throw it onto the compost heap.

    Coir fibre is a waste product. It's the fibrous husk that surrounds the coconut. Using coir to make doormats is a great environmental option. It uses a waste product to do a great job and then at the end of its life is can be composted to help other plants grow.

    Why we make them:

    At Make An Entrance we specialise in hard to find doormats. Because of this, people often come to us because they are struggling to find Eco Large Door Mats. These new 100% coir mats are a perfect choice. For instance, the biggest standard size is 123cm x 76cm which is already pretty huge. However, if that's not big enough for you we also do made to measure, as big as you like.

    If you'd like to learn more please get in touch. We're here to help.

    Let us help:

    Make An Entrance is a family run company and we pride ourselves on offering excellent customer service, getting the job done right first time.

    Finally, if you have any questions or would like to place an order by phone, we're here Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm to take your call on 020 8819 5869.

    Stay up to date with our latest news and offers by following us on Facebook or Linked In.

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