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Treasure Garden Introduces
New Stardust Shade Design

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Treasure Garden, award winning manufacturer of outdoor umbrellas, shade and accessory products, announces for the 2018 season the addition of its latest shade design, the Stardust. A unique shade solution, the Stardust boasts a contemporary star-shaped canopy inspired by geometrics as well as celestial bodies. The 10-ft. pop-up umbrella is a shade product that can serve as an outdoor work of art delivering as much drama as shade.

“With the Stardust, we have taken a market umbrella and reinvented it into a more cutting edge, contemporary star-shaped shade alternative,” said Candy Chase, National Sales manager. “This out-of-this-world umbrella is sure to complement any upscale outdoor setting with its distinctive look.”

With the introduction of the Stardust, Treasure Garden, answers the trend in artistry of shade design. An easy to use “pop up” lift system with a stainless-steel pin makes the Stardust attractive to hospitality and residential buyers alike. The umbrella’s eight ribs extend to the canopy points creating the star design.

Offering 65 sq. ft. of shade coverage, the Stardust carries a three-year warranty. With both commercial and residential applications, the Stardust is available with a silver anodized or black finish, and hundreds of durable canopy fabric options from the full complement of Treasure Garden textile selections.

Along with Treasure Garden’s full complement of 2018 introductions, the Stardust will be on display in the Chicago Merchandise Mart, Showroom 1655 during the 2017 Casual Furniture Market, September 12–15, 2017. Contact (888) 821-8868 or visit www.treasuregarden.com.

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