Strathwood has broadened its handsome collection of cast-aluminum furniture with the St. Thomas ensemble. Durable yet surprisingly lightweight, these two armchairs add a more upscale look to a deck or patio than wooden furniture, and are easier to move around. Designed to swivel and offer a gentle, slight bounce/rock, the chairs provide a graceful range of motion. Screw-on glides underneath the chairs' legs allow some leeway in adjusting for uneven surfaces. Sized for comfort and utility, each chair measures 25 inches wide by 26-1/2 inches deep by 36 inches high and weighs approximately 25 pounds.
Adding comfort to each metal chair is a 3-inch-thick cushion upholstered in fabric designed for outdoor use. The light beige cover is made of Olefin, which repels water and wipes clean but does not remove for cleaning. Two Velcro tabs on the back attach the cushion to the chair so it won't slide around or blow off in a strong wind. The tabs are located in the centers of the back corners, allowing for easy flipping of the cushions to hide spills or just to rejuvenate them. Each cushion measures 21-1/2 inches deep by 20 inches wide.
The full St. Thomas dining collection includes a dining table, a side table with ice bucket, a choice of dining armchair styles and an umbrella with matching base. For further accessorizing, pair the pieces in this collection with pieces in the St. Thomas Cast Aluminum Deep Seating Collection. Each piece features the same ornamental scrolling vine motif in a dark-brown finish with bronze highlights and silver flecks. This all-weather, easy-care furniture is made from the highest grade of aluminum. It is sand casted, covered in a powder-coat finish, and designed to be rust-free.
Strathwood furniture has quality, ease of use, and casual elegance at its core. Each piece is rigorously tested for durability, and assembly instructions have been standardized for simplicity from start to finish. Strathwood furniture is sleekly designed, handsomely finished, and built to last. This classic style and reliable craftsmanship will weather ever-changing trends and regular use for years to come.