Out is the new In!

May 25, 2015


After breaking the record for the snowiest winter ever, we are all anxious to transition outdoors to relax, rejuvenate and spend special time with family and friends. Many of us are dreaming about creating a special space to entertain – from simple patios, to elaborate living areas. Some are designed around a fire pit or a grill. There are a lot of options in furnishing these spaces. Chairs, loveseats and sofas have now been designated for casual living with exceptional style and durability. All-weather collections are built to look beautiful season after season using high-quality construction.

Some living room and dining sets are designed for Limited Outdoor exposure and others are considered All weather. It’s important to make sure you know what your needs will be to make the best decision. We offer all-weather wicker and aluminum for outdoor living that is comfortable, stylish and durable. Furniture that will allow customization with beautiful outdoor fabric selections to styles that are simple and effortless.


The traditional Adirondack chair has been taken to a new level with 100% recycled plastics. CRP recycled plastic furniture is a dense material formulated from recycled milk jugs and cartons. Because of its dense nature it is heavier than wood. UV protection is mixed in for protection from color fading. Recycled plastic furniture is nonporous so it can be left outside year round, no matter the climate. Available in an array of colors they will never need painting!

All of these versatile pieces can be complimented with an extensive selection of outdoor area rugs. Colorful indoor/outdoor rugs are fade resistant an wear resistant and work wonderfully in high traffic areas both indoors and out. Available in both contemporary and traditional designs in vibrant colors and patterns, these functional rugs will visually tie your group together beautifully.

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