Great wine doesn’t have to start with the oldest grape. But to ensure quality, it must come from the right soil and climate.

That same goes with any material you use to create outdoor furniture - such is our philosophy.

When our doors first opened in the late 1920’s we specialized in making our own furniture. If we used inexpensive material and made shortcuts, the customer would notice and our product would have never withstood the elements of the northeast. We may no longer make our own furniture, but we hand pick only top name brands to ensure complete customer satisfaction.


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TEAK

100 % Grade A Indonesian Teak. What kind of wood should you use for outdoor furniture? Teak and Teak. Extremely resilient and strong wood makes for the perfect source for outdoor furniture. Let it weather a silvery grey, or seal it and save that rich golden look.

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ALL WEATHER WICKER

Resilient, clean and low maintenance. Whether traditional or modern styles, synthetic wicker will last in any environment.

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ALUMINUM

No rust, no rot, no problems. Aluminum furniture from top brands like Brown Jordan, Tropitone, Telescope and Woodard. Classic, modern or transitional. Great furniture in all shapes and designs.

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COMPOSITE

Looking for low maintenance? This is your best option. Now available in a number of different styles and colors. Customers concerned about the environment can feel confident they have made a good decision by investing in High-density polyethylene (HDPE) products. Designed to withstand all kinds of harsh weather and conditions.

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STAINLESS

Strong, sleek and durable outdoor material that is offered in an extensive range of dining chairs, side and dining tables that combine 306 / 316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel.