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OW Lee Introduces the Pacifica Collection

Thursday, June 1, 2017

OW Lee, a manufacturer of high-end outdoor furniture, fire pits, and accessories located in Ontario, California, announced today the introduction of their new Pacifica collection. Pacifica is an iron collection that will be available for the 2017/18 season.

Modern lines meet luxurious comfort in the new Pacifica Collection. With clean lines and gentle curves, Pacifica is reminiscent of the gently rising swells that rollonto the California beaches as the tide rises at sunset. Included in this collection is the new proprietary Flex Comfort Parabolic Fabric dining system that allows for extreme comfort in a dining chair, but with sling-like ease of maintenance.

“The Pacifica Collection has some very interesting features, such as a modular outdoor entertainment center and uses our new Flex Comfort seating design,” said Terri Lee Rogers, president and VP of Sales & Marketing. “I am excited to see the consumers’ reaction to this collection.”

Pacifica features 2-by-6 in. tubular iron, clean lines, and the signature Plush Comfort deep seating cushioning. The new Flex Comfort seat design is also used in the dining for this collection. Only the highest quality materials such as carbon steel, galvanized steel, and super-polyester powder-coated finishes are used in this collection.

The Pacifica collection includes modular deep seating, dining, and lounge pieces as well as a modular outdoor entertainment center. Pacifica is available in 13 frame finishes, 14 tile options, four parabolic fabric options, and over 100 stock fabric choices.

www.owlee.com

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