Thursday, July 28, 2011

Casual Market “Sneak Peek”: Highwood USA

Founded in 2003, Highwood USA is one of the leaders in producing premium synthetic products. The company strives to create high-quality products that mimic nature’s finest materials but require very little maintenance. Highwood USA's synthetic wood is weather-resistant, long-lasting and durable, yet gives off the appearance of real wood. This year, Highwood USA will be showcasing the company’s synthetic wood outdoor furniture including the Adirondack Collection as well as a brand new product, the laptop tray at Casual Market.

Adirondack chairs were first designed in 1903 by Thomas Lee. While vacationing in the Adirondack Mountains in Westport, NY, Lee created the outdoor chairs for his summer vacation home to enjoy the breathtaking mountain views. The original design had a straight back and seat, which were set at a slant to sit better on steep mountain inclines. The chair also featured wide armrests, which became a trademark of the Adirondack chair. Today’s Adirondack chairs feature round backs and contoured seats, such as the collection from Highwood USA. The Adirondack Collection features pieces handcrafted here in the United States available in a natural toffee color or crisp white finish.

Making its debut at Casual Market, Highwood USA’s brand new laptop tray is the perfect supplement to the already popular Adirondack chairs. The tray, also made of durable synthetic wood, is a wonderful accessory for consumers who enjoy working outdoors. Additionally, the laptop tray can be used for outdoor picnic lunches, sunset dinners or just for resting items on such as books. The versatile laptop tray and Adirondack chairs from Highwood USA are a must see at the market. To learn more about the company or to view more great outdoor products from Highwood USA, visit www.highwood-USA.com.

2 comments:

  1. Love the laptop tray concept. Looking forward to Casual Market.

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  2. ECPR, we can try to include a photo this winter. If possible, will touch base before the time.

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