The only part of the Homecrest Tribeca Deep Seat Sofa that you can't customize for yourself is the superior level of comfort that you'll get from the durable, decorative aluminum frame and plump foam cushions. A criss-cross pattern on the arms and back is reminiscent of a garden trellis and is one of the repeating themes in the Homecrest Tribeca collection. Once you've chosen between the Onyx or Cognac finish for the rust-proof aluminum frame, you'll need to decide if your patio or poolside would be best served by one of the vibrant fabric patterns or a cushion-covering of supple faux leather. We're afraid the decisions dont end there, as you can always take a look at the rest of the Homecrest Tribeca pieces, such as the Tribeca Deep Seat Chat Chair or Table Base.
The Homecrest brand was founded in 1953 as the offspring of a retail furniture shop in Wadena, Minnesota when Mert Bottemiller and Al Engelmann set out to offer the market a better ottoman than those offered by their competitors. This venture soon led to their first line of patio furniture, and in 1956, Bottemiller patented the swivel rocker mechanism that is still a central part of the products they produce today from their plant in Minnesota. For almost 60 years the Homecrest brand has been the go-to name for quality outdoor furniture when customers want a sophisticated, versatile style that complements their interior décor and expands their lifestyles outside.