Anderson Furniture patio furniture turns your back yard into an additional living space for your family to enjoy. Each of their carefully designed outdoor furniture pieces is made out of top-quality outdoor materials, such as synthetic rattan, painted mahogany and even teak harvested from a farm in Java, Indonesia. These carefully selected materials are paired with marine-grade brass and steel fittings and crafted by highly skilled carpenters in California. The attention to detail that goes into material selection and design ensures that this furniture is built to stand up to the elements, whether you live in a mountain lodge with tons of snow or a coastal retreat with harsh salt air.
This brand of outdoor furniture includes everything from outdoor dining sets to traditional porch swings and everything in between. The Chapman collection of patio furniture is made out of teak and features classic lines and styles that coordinates with any home style. The hardwood teak is naturally resistant to damage caused by rain, snow, and humidity.
If you are looking for something bright and white, the Heritage collection of patio furniture is the perfect choice. This mahogany furniture has been covered with nine coats of pristine white paint and then oven processed to ensure long-lasting durability. Each of these white patio furniture are designed with traditional style lines and many of them are made even more comfortable with optional seat cushions.
When modern furniture is more to your liking, the beautiful collection of rattan furniture is a must-see. The synthetic rattan is finished in a dark java coffee finish that is rare to find in outdoor furniture. The curved style lines add both interest and comfort to these lounge chairs, conversation set, and outdoor sofas. Deep cushions in bright colors help you customize these pieces for your personal style.
Your deck or patio will quickly become your favorite place to relax with the family when you decorate it with Anderson Furniture. Start by determining what type of space you want and how many people you would like to seat and then work on your space planning around those needs.