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Sproul's Patio Furniture

Here in Maine, outdoor furniture helps us enjoy the beauty around us. Umbrella tables, wicker and sling chairs enable casual dining and outdoor conversation or relaxation. You will find furniture made with sturdy materials that can withstand the elements combined with durable cushions to add comfort and style. Please be sure to visit the 3rd floor at Sproul’s Furniture, as porch, patio, and summer furniture fill this area.


Telescope Casual offers stylish and practical sling chairs and umbrella tables for the pool, as well as wicker, cushioned, and director chairs for the lawn and patio. Telescope Casual makes furniture that is ready for what nature brings, featuring powder coated aluminum and marine grade polymer frames that won’t crack, chip or peel that are covered by fade resistant cushions and replacement slings. Telescope Casual is made in the U.S.A.

Lloyd Flanders outdoor furniture matches style with durability. Its wicker furniture looks great on your porch or patio, and is built to last featuring aluminum frame construction and wire reinforced wicker. Lloyd Flanders also offers teak wood furniture ideal for outdoor living due to its strength and ability to pass the test of time. Many cushions and covers are made from a handcrafted, woven vinyl designed to prevent excessive fading. Lloyd Flanders furniture is made in America.


Designer Wicker builds furniture that is equally at home on your porch or patio. Designer Wicker offers wicker, wood, and rattan furniture with both classic designs and styles that are on trend. Designer Wicker is available in a variety of finishes and can be covered by indoor or outdoor fabrics, including Sunbrella® fabrics designed to resist fading from exposure to the sun. Designer Wicker is made in the U.S.A.

Seaside Casual features outdoor collections that look great, are easy to maintain, and can be left outdoors from one season to the next. Made in the U.S.A.  from recycled plastic bottles and containers.


More Patio Selections from Sproul's

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