Tropitone expands Torino, Kenzo collections

TropitoneIRVINE, Calif. – Tropitone Furniture Company, Inc. has expanded the Torino collection with the introduction of Torino cushion outdoor furniture. Building upon years of success with Tropitone’s Torino padded sling and sling collections, the Torino cushion collection is a welcome addition to complete the entire set.

Designed by John Caldwell, the Torino cushion collection features traditional decorative elements, but a graceful frame creating transitional residential outdoor furniture. Each ventilated cushion utilizes Tropitone’s RELAXplus technology, assuring comfortable and durable cushions. The Torino cushion collection consists of a sofa, love seat, lounge chair, swivel action lounger and ottoman.

Tropitone also announced the addition of modular deep seating pieces to the Kenzo collection.

“Kenzo woven deep seating represents everything that is trending in the marketplace,” said Frank Verna, VP of retail sales and marketing. “They can configure into sectionals, feature deep, cushioned seating, and have a woven texture; and all with a graceful design.”

The Kenzo woven deep seating features woven panels integrated into the sides and backs of each piece. Tropitone combined Kenzo’s sleek aluminum frame with the TropiKane Bison Weave to create chic, timeless outdoor furniture. Kenzo woven deep seating includes a sofa, love seat, swivel action lounger and lounge chair, as well as modular pieces.

Designed by Peter Homestead, the entire Kenzo collection features high back cushions and vented seats with the exclusive RELAXplus technology for optimal comfort, longevity and mildew resistance.

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