Tropitone unveils new products at HD Expo

TropitoneIRVINE, Calif. –The Tropitone Kor collection is expanding with the addition of cushion outdoor furniture pieces.

“Kor cushion delivers the style and durability that the contract market requires and the comfort that a residential customer will enjoy,” said VP of Sales, John Mattson. The Kor cushion group joins the Kor padded sling and relaxed sling groups as a contemporary seating option for the outdoor furniture market.

The new cushion collection consists of a lounger with retractable shade, large ottoman, small ottoman, arm chair and modular pieces. Modular components allow customers to create fluid shapes and multiple configurations. Each Kor cushion piece utilizes reticulated foam fill with vented cushions. Providing comfort and style, these sculpted cushions are available in Tropitone’s variety of cushion fabrics.

Like the Kor padded sling and relaxed sling models, the cushion pieces curved backs, double bar arms and arched angled legs.Mia

In addition, Tropitone is debuting the Mia woven lounger with shade. The lounger with shade builds upon the success of Tropitone’s Mia lounger and ottoman outdoor pieces. Designed for the demands of the hospitality market, each Mia lounger with shade is equipped with a durable fabric canopy. The shade is available in over 150 stocked fabric options, as well as COM. The Mia lounger with shade is built with a weather-resistant synthetic weave surrounding a powder-coated frame and has a deep, comfortable RELAXplus cushion. Optional weaves include Tropitone’s Basket weaves and Vineyard weave. All of these materials create an enduring, low-maintenance outdoor furniture piece.  

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