Peak Season's new products now available to authorized dealers
October 18, 2012,
Moroccan Drum tables
The Inspired Visions line is a limited collection of fine casual furniture for individuals who regard the design and comfort of their outdoor space as an extension of their home's interior.
The new products received a very warm welcome at the show, according to a press release. The Peak Season booth enjoyed 298% more traffic this year over the numbers from last year.
Some of the anchor products that were best received include:
• The Moroccan Drum tables from Peak Season are elegant and eclectic all at once. Featuring beautiful natural Mactan stone construction and detailed design elements, these quiet pieces pair perfectly with Westwood mix-material chairs or any other Peak Season rocker, chair or chaise arrangement. The three different sizes are decorative and also functional.
• Accent pillows are not just for inside spaces anymore. With exquisite materials and embellishments, the new pillows from Peak Season add fashion, style and comfort to any outdoor living space. Careful attention to detail in the design and manufacturing defines this collection.
• The Westwood Swivel chairs from Peak Season offer maximum comfort and style for lingering at the table after dining al fresco. The wrought aluminum design details and passive swivel action invite comfortable banter for hours on end.
Peak Season's new products for 2013 are now officially available to authorized dealers. Additional dealers are being added constantly, though only an elite group of shops, designers and retailers will be authorized to carry the new line, the release states.
"We're looking for good business partners who value merchandising, positioning and the end consumer as much as we do," Le Roy said.
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