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Highwood USA Introduces Westport Garden Collection

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

“The traditional Adirondack back styling works so well in any environment, so whether you choose the popular garden chair, rocker, conversation set or any mixture of these, this group really sizzles when you combine the pieces to fit your outdoor space. Best of all, the seat height is significantly higher than a traditional Adirondack chair so getting in and out is a breeze at any age. For an added ‘wow’ factor, consider mixing colors or coordinating our other Westport items.” said Victoria Hofmann, Highwood USA’s Product Manager.

With a look befitting harbor towns, lighthouses, and sandy beaches, the pieces in the Classic Westport Garden Collection are perfect for open-air retreats. The durable, fade-resistant garden chair is the perfect assimilation of comfort and style. If rocking is your style, the Classic Westport Rocking Chair will bring you the inner peace and calmness you crave as you gently sway. Both have been designed with the same classic Adirondack style but with a higher seat, making it easier to get in and out.

Perfect for larger gatherings, the Classic Westport Garden Conversation Set features the Classic Westport Garden Bench, two Classic Westport Garden Chairs and a Classic Westport Conversation Table. The contoured seats provide full-scale comfort while the conversation table provides ample space to keep all of your patio essentials in arms reach, making this set perfect for an evening gazing up at the stars.

Highwood’s proprietary high-grade poly offers the most realistic look of natural wood WITHOUT the headaches of maintaining a wood product.

The Classic Westport Garden Collection comes in 11 colors that will create an eye catching centerpiece where you can spend hours winding down.

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