For over sixty years, Tropitone has been bringing resort level comfort to customers around the globe. Whether your yard is party central or a peaceful getaway for one, you’re sure to find exactly what your space needs. Discover a wide array of modern masterpieces, time-proven classics, and everything in between. No matter what you choose, you can rest assured that your outdoor entertaining area will be around for many seasons to come.
In the 1950s, Tropitone started designed high-end wooden furniture for hotels and restaurants. It wasn’t long before people started asking for the same style in their back yards. Since then, Tropitone has expanded its portfolio to include aluminum, wicker, stainless steel, and marine-grade polymer furniture. No matter if you’re hosting a pool party or a dinner party, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your space in Tropitones’ expansive catalog. Best of all, Tropitone allows you to customize your furniture with dozens of frame finish and hundreds of fabric color options.
While Tropitone’s wide array of styles are what draw customers in, it’s the industry-leading quality that keeps them coming back. Tropitone employes talented craftsmen who use only the highest quality materials to bring lasting comfort to your patio paradise. Rustproof aluminum frames finished in Tenicote powder-coating ensures that summer storms and food spills will not spell disaster for your outdoor oasis. Carefully selected fabrics have been tested for weather-resistance. 20% thicker than average vinyl provides unmatched comfort while resisting mold and mildew. Tropitone’s commitment to quality does not end at delivery. Each product comes with a five-year year aluminum frame, 3-year vinyl strap, and 1-year cushion warranty.
In recent years, Tropitone has taken the steps necessary to preserve our beautiful world for future generations. The use of cardboard is minimized and all steel and paper used in packaging is recycled. The frames are made out of recycled aluminum. The woven collections are made out of non-toxic materials that can be recycled and used to make something new. There’s no telling what the future will bring. Tropitone continues to research ways to minimize the impact on the environment while better serving customers.