Fiberon Chairs at Southern Living’s Palmetto Bluff Idea House

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Fiberon chairs? Aren’t we a decking company?

When it comes to innovation, and making the very most out of your outdoor living space, there’s no limit to imagination.

If you’re a reader of Southern Living magazine, you’ll soon see Fiberon’s composite decking featured…

But not in deck form! Actually, Southern Living used our eco-friendly, durable, and elegant composite materials to construct a set of chairs. Much like our decking products, these chairs are built to last.

On display at the Palmetto Bluff Idea House in South Carolina, this “Fiberon furniture” joins a gorgeous array of beautifully designed accents, breathtaking architecture, and sheer inspiration.

We can’t say it any better than Lindsey Bierman, Editor of Southern Living magazine. She describes the area:

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"Palmetto exemplifies Lowcountry living in the Carolinas. The preserved surroundings set the standard in conscientious development. It is the perfect setting to reveal our 2014 Idea House this summer. The marriage of the clean lines of Pursley Dixon Architecture and the sophisticated interior design by Suzanne Kasler will offer a fresh look that we can’t wait to reveal here at Southern Living."

We especially love the IDEAs featured in this house, and we are more than honored to be listed as a key contributor.

When it comes to your own outdoor living space, it’s all about your personality. As we watch our designers and contractors go to work, we love to see brilliant ideas flourish. When the time comes to add “the most important room” to a home, it only works if the owner feels that their outdoor living space is 100% their own.

Do you have a vision for your outdoor living space? How do you want to spend the most precious hours of the day with friends and family?

Whatever picture you have in your mind, we exist to turn that projection into reality. Really, the possibilities are endless. If you’ve got an imagination, you can have a beautiful deck that fits your exact vision.

These Fiberon chairs are living proof of the possibilities that composite materials bring to the world. As wooden chairs fade, break, and splinter, a composite chair will last for decades.

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