Acacia forges agreement, debuts Nuevo collection

Acacia Home & Garden has exclusive deal with Aristocraft International

Acacia Home & Garden has entered an exclusive agreement with Aristocraft International Corporation in the Philippines for use of Poly-vexin polyurethane and Durapex polyvinylchloride materials in Acacia outdoor furnishings.

Aristocraft International’s two state-of-the-art materials are 100% recyclable, non-toxic and durable enough to withstand the outdoor elements. Poly-vexin replicates indigenous tropical seagrass plants and has a patent pending. Durapex materials are light weight and have color, UV and mildew inhibitors for colorfastness and superior outdoor performance.

“We believe this alliance gives Acacia Home & Garden a strategic advantage in our core competency of outdoor product design,” said Alex Te, president of Acacia Home & Garden.

Acacia used Poly-vexin in its new Nuevo collection, which reflects the rough-hewn landscape of San Jacinto river valley. The collection’s uncluttered style lends a calm feeling to an outdoor room.

Nuevo includes deep seating and dining. Inspired by a classic Jean Michael Frank 1930 modern silhouette, the deep seating features a boxed-back pillow over a boxed-seat cushion and moves easily between style statements.

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