In 1906, Marshall B. Lloyd developed the Lloyd Loom® process for creating fine woven furniture. Each hand-crafted piece of Lloyd Loom furniture made today uses the same process with some advanced technologies added over the years to produce a continuous Loom strand that will not burr, crack, or peel, resulting in a consistently smooth weave.
Lloyd Flanders furniture is known for its craftsmanship, design and durability not just in their woven pieces but also their beautiful teak tables designed to complement any outdoor style.
Nature’s core building blocks are fused into this refined collection. Tightly-woven wicker forms comforting back-to-basics bodies and arms, while sophisticated stainless steel legs add style and strength. A wide variety of unique pieces offer a wealth of customizable options, exclusive to the Elements collection. Available in 19 Lloyd Loom finishes from Almond and Chicory thru Denim Blue, Ebony, Ivory and White.
A blend of modern and classic design, All Seasons is fresh but familiar, current yet timeless. A built-in reticulated foam seating showcases the beauty and comfort of Lloyd Loom wicker while allowing moisture to drain quickly. Also available with fabric cushion in lieu of padded loom. Available in 19 Loom finishes.
Lloyd Flanders’ premium teak wood tables have an exclusive antique gray treatment that will achieve a rich, silvery finish over time if and/or when left outside.
Premium teak wood is ideal for outdoor furniture because of its high oil content, inherent strength and tight grain. Teak is naturally resistant to decay and doesn’t get brittle with age, adding to its capacity to withstand climate and environmental changes.
11403 Brockway Road, Truckee, California, 96161
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