Six Ways to Spice Up Your Patio

Your patio can end up being the perfect oasis for the summer months! It can be a spot for grilling, hosting company, sunbathing, reading a book, and so much more. It’s important to make this space into something that you love and are comfortable in. This week, we went shopping and gathered a few ideas … Read More

Why We Love Tropitone

We’ve heard it before: Why is your patio furniture priced higher than big box stores? What makes it special? To answer shortly, a lot of things make Tropitone outdoor furniture special. In this blog post, we want to outline a few reasons why it’s definitely worth the splurge: It’s made to last. One of the best … Read More

Customizing Your Outdoor Furniture

Tropitone outdoor furniture is comfortable, high quality, convenient, and so much more. On top of that, they are also incredibly aesthetically pleasing and customizable! No matter the design or color scheme of your outdoor space, Tropitone has what you’re looking for. Let’s go over a few ways you can customize your furniture! Shape Are you … Read More

Perks of a Tropitone Fire Table

Tropitone fire tables truly are a one-of-a-kind product that will surely give you and your family Every Day Made Better. In this blog post, we’re going to go over a few reasons why a Tropitone fire table just can’t be beat: They’re made to last. Tropitone fire tables are made from extruded aluminum and are powder … Read More

Wicker VS Rattan Debunked!

What is the difference between wicker and rattan furniture? Many think of wicker as pretty woven furniture that eventually peels and feels like a dead pine tree. “Wicker” is often thought of as a material, but it’s actually a style of weaving. Professional weavers and manufacturers may use a number of natural or artificial materials … Read More

“Faux Wicker” Explained

“Faux Wicker” is a misnomer. “Wicker” is a certain pattern of weaving that dates way back. Most often people or manufacturers create wicker items by weaving strands of willow, rattan or other natural materials. While the wicker pattern creates a strong hold, over time the strands of natural material tend to fray and splinter. Also, … Read More