Our goal is to provide the highest quality outdoor furniture and the lowest possible prices. A key component in that is hand selecting each material used in the manufacturing process. Our frames, weave, fabric, and foam stand up against the high end, high priced outdoor furniture you’ll see everywhere while shopping, while setting us worlds apart from the low end options you’re sure to come across as well.

Frames: Our frames are made with powder coated aluminum, the strongest and most rustproof material in the industry. This finish is 3 times as thick as paint and virtually impenetrable, so you can rest assured your patio furniture will fight off rain and sun year after year.

powder coated aluminum frame close up

Weave: We hand select the all-weather wicker used in all of our collections. This synthetic material woven by hand to turn each powder coated frame into a beautiful piece of outdoor furniture. Our all-weather wicker is UV fade resistant and invulnerable to rain and moisture. It is designed to hold its rich look and feel for the long lifespan of the set.

close up of our all-weather wicker colors

Fabric: We use Sunproof, a solution dyed olefin fabric. This material is more durable than polyesters or acrylics, which are the other 2 most common fabrics used in outdoor cushions. The process of solution dying assures the fabric will resist fading over time. This fabric is also extremely easy to clean and dries very quickly. Click here to learn more about the differences between Sunproof and Sunbrella fabrics.

Sunproof fabric close up

Foam: While most companies use 4-5″ cushions, ours are 6″ thick. This adds not only comfort but extra weight, which helps prevent them from blowing off the furniture. We use a porous, quick drying foam designed to filter water and be ready again for use shortly after getting wet. Our bottom cushions are also equipped with ties so they can be secured to the frames in windier environments. We add a plush filling to our back pillows for the perfect blend of support and comfort.

Click here to learn about how to care and maintain your Madbury Road patio furniture.