Palm Springs Rattan and Garden Classics debut tabletop designs
Casual Living Staff -- Casual Living, June 25, 2010
Original designs and unusual tabletop constructions are setting a trend for indoor and outdoor dining this season, according to Palm Springs Rattan and Garden Classics, wholesale manufacturer and distributor of casual furnishings.
Carved tempered glass and natural stone mosaic collections add to Palm Spring's tabletop styles for both wicker and rattan indoor and aluminum or synthetic wicker outdoor dining.
"Over the years, our customers have looked to us for a depth of style and design unique to casual dining," said Tami Newton, sales manager for Palm Springs Rattan and Garden Classics. "With the number of options we provide in our indoor/outdoor dining with an a la carte selection of chairs and table bases, we also saw the need to offer something extra to include an increased selection of exceptional tabletops."
The latest something extra comes in two forms: Deeply carved tempered glass and natural stone mosaic tabletops. Beauty and safety functions are found in Palm Springs' loose lay tempered glass tabletops. Each is constructed to a heavy 1/2" thickness and tempered to provide four times the strength of standard glass. Deep carving creates added appeal for consumers with three tropical motifs encircling a 42" or 48" round top or a 42" x 62" surfboard style top.
The latest stone tabletops from Palm Springs Rattan offer a natural quality making each an original. The luster, hardness, colors and variations found in the stone are indications of its composition and provide clues to its origin. With an aluminum honeycomb core, the natural stone tabletops are extremely durable for many environments. Available in six hand in-laid design options and multiple sizes and shapes for each design, these tabletops offer retailers variety and beauty to fit any consumer's outdoor or indoor dining requirements.
For more information, visit www.palmspringsrattan.com or contact Tami Newton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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