Natick, Mass. (PRWEB) June 13, 2012
Premiere Adirondack Chairs, a top-selling online patio furniture store, is promoting a larger collection of Polywood furniture for the summer 2012, in response to customer demand for the durable resin Adirondack furniture.
Owner Doug Hopeman decided to increase the Polywood inventory as part of a site-wide expansion and redesign unveiled in time for the spring 2012 season. Customers now have at their fingertips more Polywood Adirondack furniture, in more color combinations and configurations, than ever before.
In addition to classic Adirondack chairs and furniture lines, the Polywood brand offers 15 collections of resin patio furniture that include charming traditional and modern pieces alike. While styles vary, all sets are made of a resin composite. They are 100-percent recyclable, UV protected to prevent fading, and moisture-proof for lasting durability.
“Polywood has long been a favorite of our customers, and for good reason,” Hopeman said. “They love the styles, color selection and durability--the quality is second-to-none.”
Polywood Adirondack furniture mimics the traditional wood furniture, with the obvious difference in construction. The finish is similar to a wood grain, however.
Other collections include patio furniture sets for lounging, with deep seating and cushioned patio chair cushions designed for comfort widely available. Patio dining sets include patio tables and chairs large and small, with bistro- and bar-style options complementing traditional sets. Some of the most popular Polywood pieces are those meant for peaceful relaxation, including chaise lounges, gliders, and rockers.
One of the biggest draws of resin Adirondack furniture is the wide range of bold and pastel colors, and neutral tones, to choose from. Customers also have the option of adding patio cushions to nearly every piece. Cushions are available in assorted Sunbrella fabrics, designed especially for outdoor use.
Premiere Adirondack Chairs is a leading patio furniture retailer online. The company, founded in 2008, is based in Natick, Mass., about 15 miles west of Boston.