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OW Lee Introduces the Rio Table Top Series

Friday, June 16, 2017

OW Lee, a manufacturer of high-end outdoor furniture, fire pits, and accessories located in Ontario, California, has announced the introduction of a new mixed-media table top series. The Rio table tops combine porcelain and glass tiles into a sophisticated and seamless look.

Two glass tile colorways, Crane and Sandpiper, will be available in the Rio table top series, and can be combined with any of OW Lee’s 14 porcelain tiles. The design is simple yet elegant, and the glass tiles are reminiscent of a flowing river.

“Our customers have asked for a more ornate, mixed-media top from us, and we are excited to be able to deliver on that this year,” said Terri Lee Rogers, president and VP of Sales & Marketing.

The Rio top is available with both Fresco and Reclaimed tiles, in 11 most popular sizes, ranging from 24-in. round to 44-by-84-in., as well as hearth top sizes. Both Crane and Sandpiper can be used with any porcelain tile, creating a total of 28 unique looks. Only the highest quality materials and techniques are used in OW Lee table tops, and Rio is no exception. Rio will be available for the 2017-18 season.

www.owlee.com

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