Sunpan expands outdoor collection with accent pieces
TORONTO – To help meet the consumers’ increasing demand for outdoor furnishings over the course of the pandemic, contemporary furniture resource Sunpan has expanded its outdoor collection, including a variety of accent pieces.
“Consumer trends continue to express the desire for well outfitted outdoor spaces. To date, our outdoor pieces have been incredibly successful and well-received,” Sunpan president and chief executive officer Sundeep Bagga said in a statement. “Our sourcing and design teams have developed a wide range of pieces to decorate outdoor living and dining spaces, and we are pleased to share these newest additions to the collection.”
Since its initial launch in almost a year ago, the collection has grown to include over 180 SKUs and now boasts a diverse range of products including dining tables, dining chairs, occasional tables, lounge seating and accents that highlight the company’s modern and contemporary style expressions.
Sunpan is also offering more products with sustainable elements without compromising its mission of creating modern, contemporary, and transitional furnishings.
The Outdoor by Sunpan collection includes a selection of on-trend, thoughtfully designed pieces made with sustainable materials. The collection offers refined versatility as these items are also designed to be ideal for indoor use.
The newly added selection of rugs is created using PET Yarn, a made-to-last moisture repellent material. In addition, stylish concrete planters are ideal for incorporating greenery in any space. The collection also includes the use of SVLK-certified Grade A teak wood, a durable material that is ethically sourced from Indonesia using sustainable forestry practices.
The collection is currently being displayed at the company’s head office showroom here and in the Showplace building in High Point, which will host the spring edition of twice-yearly furniture trade event from April 2 to 6.
Retailers wishing to floor the items are being encouraged to order and reserve items now to avoid potential freight delays.