Moun­tain House Fur­ni­ture

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Em­brac­ing the sleek, Euro­pean styles that en­liven your exterior liv­ing space with com­fort and dé­cor con­ti­nu­ity, Moun­tain House Fur­ni­ture of­fers qual­ity out­door fur­ni­ture for those seek­ing value with­out com­pro­mise.

For over 15 years their de­sign team has proven that so­phis­ti­cated set­tings need not be the sole realm of south­ern climes. Cre­at­ing chic fur­ni­ture that can with­stand ex­treme tem­per­a­tures with stylish ease, Moun­tain House com­bines the best of both worlds— durable out­door fur­ni­ture that is beau­ti­fully de­signed.

Not only made to last, it is also made to en­joy with light frames and chairs that are al­ways com­fort­able with or with­out cush­ions. Re­quir­ing min­i­mal maintenance, its fiber coat­ing makes it soft so that even the most del­i­cate clothes re­main in­tact.

“We of­fer our own Moun­tain House line that we de­sign and man­u­fac­ture with cus­tom cush­ions made from a wide range of Sun­brella fabrics, or we can work with the de­signer’s fabric for a cus­tom, com­ple­men­tary look,” shares San­dra How­ell on their flex­i­ble de­sign sen­si­bil­ity that al­lows them to ac­com­mo­date any dé­cor.

Fo­cus­ing on a clean, Euro­pean aes­thetic, the fur­ni­ture dis­plays its own unique char­ac­ter that can func­tion as beau­ti­fully in­side the home as it per­forms on the pa­tio or ter­race. The col­lec­tion is com­prised of dif­fer­ent styles from Colo­nial, ex­otic, and cozy to min­i­mal­ist cool and chic. Their tal­ented de­sign­ers com­bine a high-tech fiber with other premium qual­ity ma­te­ri­als that in­clude stain­less steel, aluminum, teak, and wicker weaves to cre­ate well­bal­anced pro­por­tions and mod­ern shapes.

“Peo­ple now are more drawn to sec­tion­als as they are seek­ing com­fort through­out the day ver­sus the lim­i­ta­tion of din­ing units,” cites How­ell. Low slung fire ta­bles ac­cent these seat­ing ar­eas, ex­tend­ing sea­sonal com­fort. Bar height ta­bles are also pop­u­lar as their added height eliminates the scenic ob­struc­tion of bal­cony rail­ings. “As more mod­ern de­sign evolves Al­berta ar­chi­tec­ture, these pref­er­ences can be re­flected in the pa­tio fur­ni­ture,” con­tin­ues How­ell. “We make what peo­ple want and en­sure that it is done well. Plus, in five or ten years, it will still look great.”

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