Treasure Garden debuts new driftwood finish
April 6, 2016,
BALDWIN PARK, Calif. - Treasure Garden, manufacturer of outdoor shade umbrellas and accessory products, introduced its newest finish, driftwood. This frame coloration incorporates a natural wood look in soft gray-taupe tones and is designed to complement many of the gray-toned woven wicker collections available in the casual marketplace today. This finish will be available initially on the 9 foot, 11 foot and 8-foot-by-10-foot auto tilt series beginning in June.
Color experts are indicating that softer gray tones are the new neutral for indoor and outdoor décor and continue to increase in popularity year after year. Treasure Garden’s driftwood finish fills a void in the marketplace for shade that coordinates perfectly with this popular gray color story.
The driftwood finish will be on display at the High Point Market, April 16-20, in the Treasure Garden showroom (2600 Showplace).
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