Last updated on June 20th, 2019 at 04:53 pm
From Rocking Chairs to Large Outdoor Dining Sets, It’s POLYWOOD Quattro
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.
This furniture set capitalizes on a tried and true design, but instead of an arched back, it features sleek, straight lines.
Entertain dinner guests on a warm summer night at the Quattro 7-Piece Dining Set or sip chilled wine and sink your toes into the sand in a Quattro Folding Adirondack Chair. Reminisce about your adolescent summer adventures in our Quattro 5-Piece Conversation Set or watch the sun set from your porch with the Quattro Adirondack Rocking Chair.
Environmentally Friendly Recycled Plastic
High end Polywood furniture is made from recycled milk jugs. Instead of choosing teak or mahogany furniture, which is often made from illegal rain forest wood, you’re purchasing a product that takes plastic out of the waste stream, transforming it into something wonderful. Read more about the environmental advantages of Polywood on our website.
This collection, like all of our POLYWOOD outdoor furniture, is made from POLYWOOD’s innovative Recycled Plastic Lumber and is both environmentally friendly and made with all non-toxic materials. The POLYWOOD Quattro Collection is made to last a lifetime and withstand all the challenges mother nature throws its way.
Easy maintenance and great color options make the POLYWOOD Quattro Collection a great investment. We’re sure it’s going to become an instant favorite!
Looking for more information on our POLYWOOD recycled plastic outdoor furniture? Visit our website here or give our friendly sales team a call at (888) 390-5571. If you’re passing through Southern Vermont, stop on into our Stonehurst Showroom, we have a great selection of POLYWOOD right here and would love to show you around our historic property.
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