Brown Jordan Structures debuts two new collections

New fiberglass models launch at Casual Market

Brown Jordan Structures_TerraceBrown Jordan Structures launched two new fiberglass shade structures at this week's Casual Market - the classic Belmont and the contemporary Terrace (shown).
FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — Brown Jordan Structures has added two new fiberglass models to its line of luxury shade structures.

The classic Belmont is defined by decoratively detailed beams. The Terrace is characterized by its clean contemporary style, with simple detailing and a uniquely grouped stringer canopy. These new collections expand the breadth of Brown Jordan Structures’ design and material options.

Available in seven sizes, the Belmont and Terrace collections are crafted and hand finished using premium quality fiberglass and stainless steel hardware. Seven different finish colors are offered and a selection of six different column shapes are available, from gently tapered columns with classic Doric styling to contemporary columns with clean lines and minimal styling.

"The fiberglass structures offer customers additional choices and a wide variety of design options,” said Andy Sears, COO of Backyard America, the exclusive licensee of Brown Jordan Structures. "With different options for customization and a lifetime warranty, the new fiberglass structures are a great addition to ourproduct line.”

Custom sizes and configurations are also available. Pricing for the Belmont and Terrace collections starts at $8,500. The new structures debuted at this week’s International Casual Furniture & Accessories Market and are available through select dealers and Brown Jordan showrooms, as well as

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