After a long day at the office, you and your sweetie will love to rock together on the Winston Palazzo Sling Loveseat Glider. You can unwind with a cup of coffee or glass of wine while you watch the sun set. The sling is made from textilene, a weather-proof mesh fabric that dries quickly and allows air to circulate so you stay cool even when it's muggy.
The loveseat glides back and forth to soothe your frayed nerves while you rant about that conference call, but don't forget to enjoy the present romantic moment, too. The sturdy cast aluminum frame has a simple yet traditional style, with scroll arms and detailed sides all protected by a weather-resistant powder-coated finish in your choice of color.
About Winston Furniture Company
Started in 1975, Winston Furniture Company manufactured simple aluminum furniture with virgin vinyl straps. As the popularity of casual furniture increased and consumers craved comfort, Winston answered the call by being the first company to introduce cushioned, mildew-resistant fabrics for outdoor use. In 1982, Winston was once again at the forefront by adding stylish, easy-to-maintain sling furniture to its product line.
Today, the Winston Furniture line is comprised of cushion and sling furniture with a host of styles. A variety of powder-coated paint finishes and sling colors, along with over a hundred fabric selections allow you to create just the look you need. All Winston Furniture products are proudly made in the U.S.A. in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Haleyville, Alabama.
Winston Furniture Company, Inc. has earned several design and service awards from retailers over the past 25 years. The most notable of these honors is the National Association of Casual Furniture Retailers's; (NACFR) Casual Furniture Manufacturer Leadership Award. Since the awards' inception in 1990, Winston is a four-time recipient as well as a finalist every year.
Recommended Care and Maintenance
Winston outdoor furniture can be enjoyed for many years when well-maintained. Wash the furniture with a solution of mild detergent and water, rinse with clear water and dry thoroughly. A clear automobile wax can be applied to smooth frame finishes to provide better protection against harmful ultraviolet exposure and salt air. Do not use any kind of wax, abrasive materials, or strong detergents on textured finishes. To vinyl mesh seating surfaces, apply a quality vinyl protectant to guard against the effects of air pollution, salt air build-up, and mildew growth. For best protection, perform this maintenance two to three times a year, although this durable material can be safely cleaned as often as desired.
All furniture should be stored in an upright position to allow for proper water drainage. Storing furniture upside-down may cause water to accumulate and freeze inside the frame, causing serious structural damage that is not covered by the warranty.