WaterMark Living’s Environmentally Friendly Polisoul Featured on Casual Furnishings For the 2020 Season
The Miramar dining collection featuring Polisoul lumber.
WaterMark Living, the designer and manufacturer of interior and exterior leisure furnishings, recently announced its Polisoul lumber to be featured in the brand’s collections for the 2020 season. Available in two natural look finishes, the synthetic lumber carries density and durability elements that are design and structural components of seating and dining furniture as well as multiple fire feature designs.
“The Polisoul timber has grain features and a natural look just as if Mother Nature created it; but it has absolutely no wood in it. Not a single tree was cut down in making this durable casual furniture component,” said Chad Harper, national sales manager, WaterMark Living. “Due to strict synthetic specifications, the ease of care of this product is as impressive as it’s look and durability.”For 2020, WaterMark Living will feature the Polisoul material on chairs to fire pits. Available in colorations including Weathered Teak and Vintage Walnut, the PoliSoul synthetic lumber is like no other faux wood. Its superior density makes it structurally sound and UV resistant without jeopardizing style. Collections, dining tables and fire pits can stand up to harsh sun, salty waves and strong winds with each season.
For more information, visit www.watermark-living.com.
About WaterMark Living: WaterMark Living is a complete casual resource with more than four decades of dedication in sourcing quality outdoor and rattan products designed and proven to stand the test of time. Created by retailers for retailers, WaterMark Living provides fashionable product that is highly customizable with quick turn-around times, from deep seating to casual dining, lighting and accessories. www.watermark-living.com.
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