Treasure Garden introduces Veranda shade

New design mounts directly to wall

TG verandaBALDWIN PARK, Calif. – As part of its 2016 introductions, Treasure Garden has added the Veranda. A unique shade solution, the Veranda mounts directly to a wall without the need for a pole or base. Introduced in a 5- by 10-ft. rectangle model, the Veranda is easy to use with a push up and lock into place opening that does not require cranks, cords or pulleys.

“The Veranda is a totally new shade concept,” said Jeff B. Dorough, vice president, sales and marketing, Treasure Garden. “The new hybrid wall mount design is an ideal solution for most balconies, decks, porches and small spaces while eliminating the space taken up by a pole and base and allowing for ease of furnishings placement.”

With the introduction of the Veranda, Treasure Garden, an award winning manufacturer of outdoor umbrellas, shade and accessory products, responded to a need in the shade category. Once installed, this style can be repositioned to the left or right along the mounting track to adjust the shade to the desired position. The rectangular design includes a single wind vent and carries a two-year warranty. The Veranda is available in any of Treasure Garden’s hundreds of durable canopy fabric selections. The wall mount system is available in either a bronze or black finish.

The new Veranda umbrella will debut along with Treasure Garden’s other 2016 introductions during the Casual Furniture Market in Chicago’s Merchandise Mart, Showroom 1655, and during the High Point Furniture Market at Showplace, Showroom 2600.

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