Or they can be left naturally and give the backyard a wooded look
Winnsboro, LA (PRWEB) April 30, 2009
For many people buying garden furniture has been reduced to either going to a big box retailer or a Swedish-based company with uniformed products and no personality. With such a lack of interesting and unique looking fixtures for the backyard, two entrepreneurs have stepped in to provide something to bring out the creative side.
Partners Mary Beaird and Glenda Carrington started http://www.BestSunshineFurniture.com in January 2009 and it has since become one of fastest growing web stores on the internet.
Specializing in outdoor furniture, the site has a host of beautifully crafted arbors, trellises, patio swings and deck chairs. The three month old website has already built an impressive catalog and its owners plan on adding more.
"We're definitely adding new furniture in the coming months," said Beaird.
"We're looking into accessories like pillows and furniture covers," added Carrington. "Wicker furniture, bird baths and fountains have also being considered."
One of the newest additions to the website is the corresponding informational blog that has launched recently.
"We're going to have tips on how to brighten up your backyard and how to personalize the furniture," said Carrington of http://www.OutdoorFurnitureGuru.com.
"The furniture is pretreated and they can be painted to deftly reflect someone's personality," she added.
"Or they can be left naturally and give the backyard a wooded look," said Beaird.
As BestSunshineFurniture.com continues to grow and evolve, Beaird and Carrington hope to foster the creative side of the people who look at their products, whether it's through personalize and paint their furniture or beautifying their garden with a natural patio swing. In any case, Best Sunshine Furniture goes above and beyond the boring products that some of the more popular brick and mortar furniture stores have.
About the Company:
BestSunshineFurniture.com is a part of M&G Sunshine Enterprises, LLC which is owned and operated by Mary Beaird and Glenda Carrington.