Maitland-Smith expands outdoor offerings
Loreen Epp -- Casual Living, April 7, 2006
Maitland-Smith will expand its outdoor home furnishings by adding 15-20 SKUs to The Nature's Habitat Collection at the April furniture market in High Point, N.C.
The collection consists of seating, floor accessories, occasional tables, dining tables and chairs. Environmentally friendly construction features reclaimed teakwood, recycled iron and pietra dura stone to create two distinctly different looks. Spanish forms bring the beauty and elegance of the indoors to the outdoor. Rustic and rugged forms reminiscent of the Redwood Forest of the West also are available. For today's homeowner, outdoor living is becoming increasing popular. Back yards and patios serve as playgrounds, living rooms, kitchens, home offices and havens. Higher fuel prices are expected to further drive this trend as homeowners continue to stay closer to home for entertainment and relaxation needs.
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