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Casual Market Chicago September 2021 Recap

Last week Sunset West welcomed visitors to our showroom at Casual Market Chicago for the September 2021 show.

During the Market, we showcased new 2021 introductions, including the already popular Redondo curved sofa. The showroom space houses best sellers, including Sunset West legacy pieces and some rising stars from recently introduced lines. We also had the opportunity to meet with existing customers and partners to discuss the many challenges facing our industry, taking the time to celebrate influential industry members, as well as the unsung heroes and our incredibly important support and Customer Service staff. 


The new for 2021 Redondo Curved Sofa styled with the Milano Armless Club Chair and Round Pouf from The Bazaar.



The theme for the week was grounded in a mutual thanks for everyone's support as the industry continues down a rocky road. Taking the time to connect with these individuals re-installed many people's confidence and support for each other as we endure through these uncertain times together. 


The Bali Fire Bowl looks even better in real life! Styled with the Dana Collection wing club chair, end table and club chair.



With the fall season underway and only a short few months to go until 2022, we are excited to navigate the ever-changing industry with a solid support team and community of retailer's and designer's who trust in us as much as we trust in them.

Thank you for reading along and keeping up with industry news. We are already looking forward to connecting with you at the next Chicago Market!

 

 

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Las Vegas Market Recap, August 2021

Last week Sunset West welcomed visitors to our refreshed showroom at Las Vegas Market for the Summer 2021 show.

At this Market, we unveiled installations featuring new product additions and another giveaway for market-goers to enter. We spent the week catching up with industry friends who didn't attend the last Market and sharing excitement for what the future of the industry holds.

Read along to hear what the industry professionals who visited us at Market are saying as well as browse the new installations we featured in our showroom.

 

A Conversation with All American Outdoor Living

All American Outdoor Living, a three-location brick and mortar chain in Arizona, stays true to its roots. As a prominent retailer since 1973 and multi-generational family operation, they’ve weathered the tides of the changing industry. They believe the most important room in the house is the patio and first discovered Sunset West after a longtime customer requested a specific product they didn’t carry - they now feature five collections on their showroom floors, the Redondo collection being the crowd favorite. In a quick chat with Todd, we discussed trends, the future of the furniture business, and what it takes to stay relevant in an industry being turned upside down by the progression of e-commerce and social media. The All American Outdoor Living outlook on the situation is simple, staying true to who they are as a retailer and the value they provide to their customer which is offering that irreplaceable customer experience. When we asked Todd what he likes most about Sunset West he answered “Sunset West offers unique, fresh, forward thinking but trend friendly product that is easy for retailers to sell’. 

Catching up with Kimberly Kay Interiors

Kimberly is based out of Phoenix, Arizona which also happens to be the number one fastest growing city in the USA right now. We sat down with her for a couple of minutes at Market to hear more about the Arizona design scene, what customers are buying, and her favorite design projects. Kimberly keeps her style classic with a little touch of coastal, bringing a refreshing breeze to the 365-day sun and Arizona heat. She recently ordered the Havana collection for her own home but loves introducing her clients to the Sunset West rope collections, Milano being her absolute favorite. She prides herself on the customer service she provides to her clients as she rings in her fifth year of business. In the coming weeks, she will be conducting a photo shoot at a recent Manhattan Beach project featuring the Milano collection and we can’t wait to see the photos, give her a follow at @kimberlykayinteriors on Instagram for more projects featuring Sunset West collections.

The center of attention: featuring the new Pedestal Dining Table in bone and Dana Dining Chairs.

Modern contrast: featuring the Redondo Club Chair, Milano Sofa and accent tables from The Bazaar.

Round daybeds: New round daybeds debuted at Market for their first appearance including the Havana daybed pictured here, as well as the Miami rope and Farro wicker daybeds.

We are already planning for Winter Market 2022, with big plans in place for a full showroom swap and new product additions. We hope to see you there!

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Al Fresco Living, Phoenix Style, with Caroline Cecil Textiles

Calling Arizona home, textile designer, Caroline Cecil enjoys her outdoor living spaces for the majority of the year. We recently worked with Caroline to finish up their Veranda, where her family spends most of their time.

Read along to see the finished product of Caroline's vision and for a brief interview to learn more about Sunset West. Visit Caroline Cecil Textiles, here.

 

 Shop the Laguna collection, here.

  Shop the Dana collection, here.

From the interview with Caroline Cecil: 

Caroline: Tell us a little bit about Sunset West, the history, and your mission.

Sunset West: For over 16 years, Sunset West has been committed to bringing exceptional furnishings to the outdoor contemporary market with comfort, style, and quality in mind.  Founded in Southern California by CEO Wes Stewart, Sunset West carries on a family legacy in fine furnishings that dates back to his grandmother. With impeccable attention to detail in construction, the team at Sunset West embraces and delivers on the same culture of excellence in execution - using only premium materials and handcrafting our product for exceptional outdoor living that truly feels like an extension of the home.

You sell exclusively to the interior design trade, and to wholesale accounts. Tell us a little bit about being a trade-only business. 

Being in luxury outdoor furniture, much like any other high-end purchase, requires a concierge experience for the customer. We work with interior designers and knowledgeable specialty stores and showrooms to guide the consumer on their purchase for their home.

Obviously in this day and age, wholesale and to-the-trade looks quite a bit different - while we still offer a boutique-like service to our designers and partners with custom fabrication, sampling, and training, we are now in an age where our trade partners need digital tools and easy access to the brands in their arsenal. We have been listening to our designers and their wants and needs, and have been hard at work to develop new tools, and make information easily accessible to grow with them and their businesses.

 

As a west coast brand, do you find that most of your customers are in California? What locations are your best sales territories?


With our roots here in Socal, a large portion of our early business was certainly local, and California continues to be a huge market for us. That being said, we have expanded in the last 15 years tremendously into every major market in the US, as well as across borders into Canada and Mexico. Because we are able to offer a wide range of materials and styles from traditional to contemporary, we appeal to many buyers in all regions and climates. We continue to see success along the West coast and Southwest, as well as Florida, with exciting new growth throughout the Midwest and East coast thanks to our friendly Freight programs. The Sunbelt states in particular are a strong region for us - where you’ll find better weather, an increased demand for outdoor living and spike in new outdoor kitchens. The outdoor great room is now the ultimate luxury item, and homeowners want to replicate the look and comfort of their indoor space in their backyards (something we’ve been preaching in California for years with our quintessential indoor/outdoor lifestyle).


Do you sell mostly to domestic or international clients?

Mostly domestic, although we do have a growing presence in both Canada and Mexico, with some very exciting recent hospitality projects across the border! 

 

Which trade shows do you all attend, do you have any coming up where designers can view your collections?

We have a permanent 5,000 sq ft showroom in Las Vegas where we will show during Las Vegas Market twice a year, and is the best representation of the full breadth of our line. In addition, we have a permanent showroom located in the Mart in Chicago that is open year-round to the trade. 


Can you list a few projects where designers have used Sunset West furniture?

Some of our recent favorite projects include the gorgeous spanish-influenced exterior space of the ‘Holas Olas’ project by Denise Morrison Interiors, the ‘Ashton’ project by Holly Robinson Interior Concepts which showcases a beautiful creative curation of styles from a few different collections, and we have really been loving the tropical Rosewood Resort exterior space by Progressive Design Firm. 


Is there anything unique about your furniture design or production process?

There is a hand-made element to every piece of furniture. Whether it be the brushed look on the aluminum frames, the woven rope frames or the Sunbrella cushions. One very special aspect is definitely the cushions though. Once the furniture frames reach our warehouse, all the cushions are hand-sewn with Sunbrella fabric in house. Our sewing team is made up of highly-skilled women that finish up the process by sewing the Sunset West and Sunbrella tags on the cushions, which is the very last step before the furniture is then wrapped and packaged.  It definitely puts a special touch to each piece of furniture that goes out our door.  

What are the key elements that set your furniture apart?

Quality, style, and execution - we begin by developing fresh yet timeless designs, then source only premium materials from all over the globe, to create furnishings that are as durable as they are beautiful. We approach design with the sense of creative curation - crafting comprehensive color stories that allow designers to mix and match collections, styles, and materials, for a truly high-design and curated look. 

Just as important is comfort - once you pass the ‘eye test,’ furniture needs to pass the ‘butt test’ (this is a classic industry term ;) ). It is hard to define scale and proportion, but you know it when you see it, and feel it - seat height and depth, pitch and radius of a back - these are all crucial to crafting beautiful and comfortable pieces.


I absolutely love our sofa which is part of your Laguna Collection. What interior aesthetic do you think it fits best within?

The Laguna is one of our best selling collections all across the US because it is a wonderfully versatile look - we call it transitional, but this collection can be paired with so many different styles. The hand-brushed finish in a neutral driftwood, clean lines, and curved ladder back create a beautiful look adaptable to most any space. And with customized cushions, this group is a true chameleon - fabrics in a bright solid or interesting pattern can take this look in so many directions. 

 

Tell us about your Dana Collection, which is beautifully constructed of rope and other materials. What inspired this collection?

This collection in particular was inspired by macrame weaving techniques with the rise in popularity of woven goods and rope in furniture. Dana is as beautiful as it is durable - each piece is woven with all-weather rope completely by hand by skilled artisans, over a rust free powder coated frame.


What’s next for Sunset West?

The Pandemic has caused a major boom in the furniture industry, and really highlighted some of the modern day needs of the trade - pushing us towards creating new digital tools and resources for our designers and wholesale partners. Internally, we have been working for over a year to launch a new system that will speed up order processing, allow designers to place orders online, get inventory and lead time information, and access other brand assets. Our website will be more interactive, with new customization and 3d features as well to bring the custom side of our business to life. 

We also want to highlight our trade partners after such an incredible year, and are launching a ‘Designer Series’ tailored towards celebrating the Interior Designers that we get to work with and the gorgeous projects they complete.

Trends are always changing, and on the horizon for next season we are working on introducing some exciting designs that celebrate the ethos of extraordinary indoor outdoor living… stay tuned!

Read more from Caroline Cecil's blog linked, here.

 

Interview from CarolineCecilTextiles.com

Photography by Erica and Jon 

 

 

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The Laguna Collection, 3 Ways.

The Laguna collection is a wonderfully surprising re-imagination of materials, that embodies effortlessly stylish living. Crafted in lasting aluminum, with a hand-brushed finish to mimic real driftwood, Laguna captures a timeless look with modern sensibility – offering the look and feel of natural wood, with minimal maintenance. Laguna boasts a generous range of deep-seating and dining pieces in its signature teak-inspired finish, providing endless options to set the stage for outdoor entertaining and relaxation.

The Laguna collection is also wildly versatile, fitting seamlessly into almost any style of outdoor setting. From traditional to coastal to contemporary, and so on - the opportunities are truly endless. Customize with your choice of Sunbrella Performance Fabric, and you have beautiful outdoor furniture to last you for many years to come. 

 

1. Traditional

Laguna embodies simple elegance, allowing it to perfectly fit into a traditionally styled space. 

 

2. Coastal

With the look of real driftwood, Laguna melds beautifully into a coastal living or dining space. Accompany with a custom Sunbrella fabric to take your beach-inspired style to the next level.

 

3. Contemporary

With clean lines and angles, the sublime details and silhouette of Laguna allow for effortless mixing and matching - making it a perfect selection for a more contemporary look.

 

 Feeling inspired for your next project? Shop the Laguna Collection here.

 

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Fire Up The Grill!

Fire Up The Grill!

The outdoor dining season is upon us, if not already here for most of us. With temperatures on the rise and long sunny days ahead, It's time to bring the grill out of winter hibernation and embrace the summer season! In celebration of this wonderful changing of the seasons, we are prepping by finding new grilling recipes to try and embracing our love of dining outdoors. Read along for inspiration!

 

Accommodations For All Sizes.

Whether you are planning on having a quiet night or the whole family over to grill out, the dining options are endless. From the Coastal Teak 79"-118" Extension Table (linked here), to the newly introduced round dining tables (Which can be found here),or just the two-person Bistro table option (The Provence Bistro table is linked, here) - there is no group size that cannot be accommodated for.

 

Pictured: The Coastal Teak 94" Trestle Dining Table with Havana Dining Chairs.

 

Bar Height Dining Is In.

Try something new this season. Easily add an additional level of comfort and casualness to your existing outdoor living space with a pub table and barstools. Also perfect for smaller spaces, bar height dining is a great way to account for unexpected guests or when spending the evening watching a game outdoors on the TV. Start by choosing a pub table here, then pick the stools and/or chairs to coordinate with it.

 

Pictured: The La Jolla Pub Table with coordinating Bar Height Chairs.

 

Go For A New Grilling Recipe.

Our friends over at BBQ Guys know their stuff when it comes to cooking out on the grill. One recipe on our radar this summer is the stuffed sweet mini pepper appetizer from their blog, linked here! Described as "hot, juicy and sweet" - it sounds like the perfect easy appetizer to kick off the grilling season with. With a 10 minute prep time, and 1 hour and 20 minute cook time - this is the perfect app to dish up while chatting with friends and family, enjoying the outdoors!

What you'll need:

  • 20 sweet mini peppers
For the Stuffing:
  • 1 lb ground chuck
  • 4 bacon strips, thick-cut
  • 1 yellow onion
  • 12 cups water
  • 2 cups brown rice
  • 1 red bell pepper
  • 1 yellow bell pepper
  • 1–2 pinches coarse salt
  • 1–2 pinches black pepper
  • ½ tsp white pepper
  • 2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 4 cloves minced garlic, fresh
  • ¼ bunch parsley
  • 8 oz goat cheese, crumbled

Directions:

  1. Bring a large pot of water to boil, using about 6 cups water per 1 cup rice. Under running water, rinse the rice in a colander to remove excess starch; this will keep the end result from coming out thicker and gloopier than you’d want to stuff those peppers.
  2. Gently slip the rice into the boiling water, then lower the temperature as necessary to prevent it flowing over. You’ll want the rice to maintain a steady boil. Boil, uncovered, for about half an hour.
  3. As the water boils, bisect 20 mini peppers long ways and scoop out thepiths and seeds — if you happen to have one laying around, a serrated grapefruit spoon really speeds this task right up.
  4. Drain off the remaining water, then return the rice to the pot. Cover the pot and let the rice rest, off the heat, for 10 minutes before fluffing it. Set the rice aside — but don’t you worry. We’re about to make great use of it.
  5. Bring a large sauté pan to medium heat. Introduce the ground chuck and bacon to that pan, then brown them until nearly cooked through. Drain the rendered fat and excess oil, then return the pan to the burner.
  6. Add the onion and the regular bell peppers, then continue sautéing until caramelized.
  7. Drop the fire to medium-low heat. Add the salt, black and white pepper, Worcestershire sauce, minced garlic, cooked brown rice, and chopped parsley. Continue cooking for another 2–3 minutes; allow the flavors to blend and meld together.
  8. Remove from the fire and allow mixture to cool for 10 minutes before transferring it to the bowl of a food processor. Lightly pulse everything a few times until it resembles a very coarse meal. This will help everything pack well and stay together when stuffing.
  9. Pour everything into a large mixing bowl, then begin folding in crumbled goat cheese until well-incorporated and dispersed throughout the stuffing.
  10. If you are preparing the peppers immediately, this is a great time to preheat your grill. Set it up for direct medium-high heat.Now, if you’d rather finish preparing them in the next two days — any longer than that is just asking for poor results — you can now wrap the pan tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate. Simply remove the pan from the refrigerator, allowing it to warm upabout 20 minutes before grilling.
  11. Use a tablespoon to generously stuff each pepper. And we do mean generously. Try to over-stuff these bad boys until the stuffing peeks out roughly a quarter-inch over the cut edge of the pepper.
  12. Grill the peppers for a few minutes, stuffed side up. You’re looking for char marks to appear on the bottom of the peppers. Remove those tasty stuffed peppers, plate them on a large platter, and serve immediately!


Looking for more of a main dish? Try the grilled shrimp po-boy with remoulade sauce by Chef Tony Matassa of ShoppersChoice.com. 

This recipe requires 40 minutes of prepping and 5 minutes of cooking.

What you'll need:

  • 2 lbs colossal shrimp
  • French loaf bread (enough for three 12-inch po-boys)
  • Butter lettuce for dressing sandwich
  • 3 each thick sliced tomato for dressing sandwich
Shrimp Marinade:
  • 1/2 cup olive oil
  • 1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 Tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 tsp ground coriander
  • 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
  • 1 tsp coarse salt
  • 1 tsp black pepper
  • 2 Tbsp creole seasoning blend
  • 2 each minced shallots
Remoulade Sauce: (Makes 2 Cups)
  • 1 1/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 Tbsp full grain mustard
  • 1 Tbsp dijon mustard
  • 1 Tbsp prepared horseradish, rinsed & drained
  • 1 Tbsp cornichon
  • 2 Tbsp minced parsley
  • 1 each minced shallots
  • 2 tsp lemon juice
  • 2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tsp hot sauce
  • 1 Tbsp creole seasoning blend
  • 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
  • 1/2 tsp coarse salt
  • 1 Tbsp coriander
  • 1 Tbsp drained & chopped capers
  • 1/2 tsp granulated sugar
  • Optional: You can use store-bought creole seasoning. If the blend you use has salt in it already, leave out the additional salt in the recipe.
Creole Seasoning Blend: (Makes Approximately 1 Cup)
  • 3 Tbsp roasted garlic powder
  • 2 Tbsp onion powder
  • 3 Tbsp dry basil
  • 2 Tbsp dry thyme
  • 3 Tbsp dry oregano
  • 2 tsp cayenne pepper
  • 3 Tbsp paprika
  • 2 Tbsp dry rubbed sage
  • 1 Tbsp dry lemon peel

Directions:

  1. Peel and de-vein 2 lbs of colossal shrimp, set aside in fridge while you mix up the marinade.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, mix together ingredients for marinade.
  3. Add shrimp to marinade and toss to coat well.
  4. Set in fridge and allow them to marinade 30 minutes to an hour, while you mix up the remoulade sauce.
  5. In a mixing bowl, add mayonnaise, followed by Worcestershire, lemon juice, hot sauce and Dijon mustard. Whisk everything together well.
  6. Add remaining ingredients to remoulade and whisk everything together.
  7. Transfer remoulade sauce to serving dish and set in fridge until ready to serve.
  8. Remove shrimp from refrigerator and preheat grill to medium heat.
  9. Place shrimp on preheated grill and allow them to cook about 2 minutes per side. The shrimp are done cooking when they have turned opaque.
  10. Remove shrimp and lightly tent with foil.
  11. Halve French bread and brush on olive oil. Grill for a few seconds to toast bread.
  12. Assemble Po-boy with homemade remoulade sauce, fresh sliced tomatoes, butter lettuce, and grilled shrimp.
  13. Slice 12-inch Po-boys in half, serve, and enjoy!

Read more about this recipe and watch the corresponding video from BBQ Guys, here!

We are looking forward to lots more of this throughout the new season. So stay tuned for more summer recipes and dining inspiration!

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Las Vegas Market Recap, April 2021

Las Vegas Market Recap, April 2021

Last week the Las Vegas Market commenced for 2021 with safe Coronavirus practices in place. Market turnout was uncertain, but over the course of the 5 day event we experienced a pleasant amount of visitors to the permanent Sunset West Showroom in Building B. 

With a higher attendance than expected our showroom was left feeling truly lived-in, as visitors mingled, browsed the 2021 new introductions, and snapped photos for the Hanging Chair Giveaway. Popular moments from the April show include the Coronado + Coastal Teak curated design, a full installment of the Frost Pergola housing the Miami Collection and a Fire Table, and the People's Choice Award Design of Dana + Coastal Teak - which was spotlighted at the front entrance to the showroom. See photos below.

With August 2021 Market right around the corner, we are expecting another successful turnout. As we prepare for a busy summer and look forward to the outdoor season - we hope you too stay healthy, enjoy the outdoors, and visit us at Market in August!

The Coastal Teak and Coronado Collections, with Coffee Table Square Pouf from The Bazaar.

 

The Frost Pergola houses The Miami Collection, with The Newport new introductions nearby.

 

The Dana Collection and Coastal Teak Collection featuring The Faux Bois Coffee Table from The Bazaar. A crowd pleaser and Market winning combination. 

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Best of 2020

Looking back on the best #SWstyle design moments of 2020.


An Entertainer's Dream

Design and imagery courtesy of Parker Rose Design

Located in La Jolla, California, this property is truly the entertainer's dream, featuring multiple outdoor dining and lounge spaces with stunning ocean views. A masterclass in mixing textures and silhouettes from the Sunset West Slate color story, this installation highlights the many entertaining areas of this incredible home – the perfect staycation destination, especially in the year of COVID-19.




Shady Canyon

 
Located just off the coast of sunny Orange County, this contemporary canyon hideaway features pieces from the Redondo and Milano Collections, as well as indoor/outdoor poufs from the Bazaar. Custom landscaping and exterior design by Alterra Landscaping features a mini putting green, outdoor kitchen, and plenty of outdoor lounge areas next to the dazzling infinity pool.




Jettset Farmhouse

Image courtesy of Jettset Farmhouse, photo by Visiblestyle

For those who reside in year round warm climates, outdoor living is a huge part of everyday home life. Noell Jett, of the blog Jettset Farmhouse, shows us firsthand how she maximized her outdoor living spaces to best enjoy her Florida home with her family.

The Jettset Farmhouse, a project that Noell and her husband took on as a completely hand-built custom home from the ground up, features three main outdoor living areas for her family to enjoy.  Noell carefully selected a mix of natural teak and rustic Havana resin wicker for her space in keeping with her characteristic fresh farmhouse style. A screened in dining area (with a beautiful and functional pass-through window), and an outdoor lounge area set next to a pond complete this couple's dream family home.



Home in the Trees

Installation and images by The Tin Roof

This mountain retreat located in scenic Idaho is the perfect example of getting back to nature - a big theme we saw in 2020. Furnished by The Tin Roof, this idyllic outdoor space features the Venice collection, with a resin wicker and open weave that perfectly complement the surrounding natural tranquility. 

                                   Installation and images by The Tin Roof

Completed a recent design project with Sunset West? Send your best #SWstyle photos to aliena@sunsetwestusa.com for the chance to be featured in our upcoming Designer's Spotlight Series! 

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How To Winter-ize Your Outdoor Living Space


With winter now here, it is important to prioritize caring for your outdoor furniture to ensure that it lasts for many seasons to come. Read along for a quick guide on winterizing your outdoor furniture. 

Step 1: Remove all cushions, throw pillows, fabric accessories, and canopies from umbrella frames. 

After drying all outdoor upholstery and textiles, place them in either designated zip up canvas covers or in a dry spot away from the extreme winter elements. While Sunbrella is rated as very durable, it is worth the effort to put a little extra care into ensuring that cushions, throw pillows, fabric accessories, and umbrella canopies are stored properly out of the elements when not in use. This practice alone can add multiple summers to your outdoor textiles lifespan. 

Step 2: Clean furniture frames. 

Whether you use a freshwater hose or spray bottle and rag, give your furniture frames a quick once over to remove all dirt, pollen, leaves, any build up from the previous season, and if you live near the coast - dried salt. While some companies offer a chemical cleaning solution to use on your furniture frames, we recommend just simply warm water mixed with 1/4 cup mild dishwashing soap.

Step 3: Disassemble fire tables and fire pits when not in use.

While winter is a lovely time to use your outdoor fire table, sometimes it is just simply too cold. If you live in a climate where you typically don't lounge outside during the winter, disassemble and disconnect your fire table from its propane source until it is time to start using them again. 

Step 4: Bring glass items inside.

If you don't plan on using your glass outdoor tables during the winter, bring them inside! While outdoor furniture frames are built to endure the elements, you never know what may fall on your table top outdoor from a tree or roofline above this season!

 

Step 5: And last but certainly not least, care for your cushions to ensure longevity of use! 

We stress this one! Please care for your cushions properly by removing them from their respective frames when not in use for long periods of time. Cushion lifespan will also benefit from being vacuumed before placing them into storage. While Sunbrella Fabrics are durable, your cushions lifespan will shorten dramatically if left sitting in inclement weather year after year. 

Step 6: Prepare for the next season of outdoor lounging.

And with the changing seasons, there are always things to look forward to. Prepare ahead of time for bringing your furniture, cushions, fire pits, and accessories back outside by pressure washing or sweeping the area in which your furniture will live. Ensuring a clean space to start out the outdoor season with. Happy lounging!

 

For more care information specific to material, please visit our Care and Maintenance Guide, here. For more information on Sunbrella Fabrics, please visit their site, here. For more information on Outdoor Furniture Cleaning Techniques visit guides from The WickeryMartha Stewart or Real Simple Magazine



 

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Pantone Color of the Year 2021

The light is at the end of the tunnel. The light being the recently announced Pantone Color of the Year 2021Illuminating. I think it is safe to say mostly everyone is over 2020, it's no secret that it's been a hard year and this bright, one might say 'illuminating', yellow that Pantone is bringing into our lives is not only wanted but much needed. In support of Illuminating we have Ultimate Gray, a tried and true neutral to tie into our new color combinations for the upcoming year. Continue reading

Sustainable Practices in the Outdoor Furniture Industry

Sunbrella is Committed to the Environment. Sunbrella products are rooted in sustainability throughout the manufacturing of the fiber, yarn, and fabric. Our dedication to quality ensures that you are getting a product that lasts longer and needs to be replaced less often, ultimately creating less waste. Continue reading

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