Stori Modern offers six outdoor collections
January 5, 2017,
DALLAS - Stori Modern, an entirely-online retailer of outdoor living solutions, has a website populated with interesting personas and fun storylines. The easy-to-navigate site makes for a simple at-home shopping experience.
With quality and durability as central themes at Stori Modern, hand craftsmanship plays a key role throughout—from hand-woven wicker to hand-welded, heavily-walled metals to precisely cut fabrics tailored by seamstresses. And like the hard covers of the latest bestsellers, even shipping boxes are double-thick to prevent damage.
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The company currently features six outdoor collections:
• Fairy Tale: tubular steel silhouettes reimagined for a contemporary audience
• Tabloid: hand-woven, all-weather wicker and stainless-steel frames
• Memoir: with long-lasting Sunbrella cushions that are designed to last
• Novel: for those looking for high drama
• Graphic: a retro, pop-art picture of color and line
• Journal: ideal for creating a place of respite and reflection
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Stori Modern Novel lounge chair combines dark wicker slats and a tubular steel frame which curves as your legs sink into the cushions.
Designers Site Li and Mark A. Pickett imbue their collections of outdoor stories with unique perspective and fresh characters-tables and seating for dining, entertaining and relaxing. Crafted of aluminum, iron or a combination of tubular stainless steel and woven synthetic wicker, all furnishings are assembled in the U.S. and delivered direct to consumers' homes. Shipping is free on most orders.
"Stori Modern enables us to offer durable furniture and leading-edge design at surprisingly affordable prices," says Jean Liu, creator of Stori Modern. "We have created wonderfully evocative, curated collections and there are plenty of color and fabric options to customize each look. The subtext here is that e-commerce shoppers aren't overwhelmed by too many selections, yet are guaranteed an outdoor environment that reflects their personal sense of style. Indeed, this is outdoor furniture that makes grown-ups want to go outside and play."
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