Treasure Garden introduces teak umbrellas

Treasure Garden’s Wood Market umbrella collection expands with addition of teak designs for 2017

Treasure GardenBALDWIN PARK, Calif. -- Treasure Garden, casual designer and manufacturer of outdoor shade and accessories, announced the 2017 introduction of teak umbrella additions to its Wood Market umbrella collection. Available in two sizes, the Teak Market umbrellas are designed to complement wood or metal outdoor furnishings. The new introductions will include an 11-foot octagon crank lift design and an 8-by-10-foot rectangle crank lift design. The long-lasting attributes of teak wood will be featured on the umbrellas’ poles and canopy ribs.

“The teak introductions were in response to a recognized demand in the market and requests from our customers,” said Candy Chase, national sales manager, Treasure Garden. “As teak furnishings are growing in popularity with consumers, as well as the trend in mixing metal and wood constructions in outdoor décor, our designers saw a tremendous opportunity for our retailers.”

The two-inch wooden center pole of the teak umbrella design is coordinated with the same wood used in the canopy ribs. These umbrellas include an advanced, easy-turn, crank lift versus a pulley lift that is typically available in wood market umbrellas. Each umbrella includes a two year warranty. Umbrella bases, sold separately, are available in multiple designs to coordinate with the umbrellas.

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