Environmentalists take note. Cleaning up the beach has never been so easy with American Made Outdoor Patio Furniture.
It’s the lazy environmental activist’s dream: all weather outdoor patio furniture that works to clean up the oceans while you relax sipping a pina colada on the beach. Too good to be true? Actually this one of those rare times where you can have your cocktail and drink it too. It turns out the latest in American made outdoor patio furniture, is a line of eco-friendly chairs, tables, lounges and rockers all made from recycled plastic bottles. The best part: the furniture is well designed, beautiful and lasts for many years.
This is Part 1 of a series of posts on DIY home decor for Vermont’s second home owners.
Second Homes in Vermont
Second home sales in Vermont are booming. Last weekend, Ken and I took a drive through Wilmington & Dover in southeastern Vermont, home to resort communities like The Hermitage Club, Mount Snow and Stratton Mountain. New homes & developments are everywhere in the Deerfield Valley, especially luxury second homes and vacation homes.
From Rocking Chairs to Full Outdoor Dining Sets, Our POLYWOOD Quattro Collection Has it All!
Classic Adirondack chairs are timeless, there’s no denying that. But, what if you want something a little more contemporary looking, without compromising the Adirondack style? Well, we’re excited to offer you just that, a modern twist on the well-known design. Enter the POLYWOOD Quattro Collection!
Stylish, Environmentally Friendly and a Lifetime Guarantee are just some of the reasons we’re obsessed with POLYWOOD Outdoor Patio Furniture!
I recently wrote about why you should consider buying POLYWOOD outdoor patio furniture. After writing it and highlighting the benefits of investing in POLYWOOD, I wanted to show you just how diverse the POLYWOOD collections are in style, design, color and size.
I’ve created a list of 7 collections and/or pieces I love and I’m sure you will, too!
Outdoor Patio Furniture Should Be Enjoyed Year After Year
I remember my parent’s first outdoor patio furniture set. It was made of metal and painted white. It had a traditional “grooved” glass top and matching folding chairs that each had an overwhelming 90s floral pattern cushion. It was clunky and attracted rust. When my parents decided to move it to a different spot, they dropped it just hard enough that the entire glass top shattered into a million pieces.