South Shore Furniture takes it outside
February 15, 2022 | 4:45 pm CST

South Shore Furniture launches its Dalya line of outdoor furniture.

SAINTE-CROIX, Quebec – South Shore Furniture, a Canadian furniture manufacturer that sells ready-to-assemble furniture and fully assembled furniture in Canada, Mexico, and the United States, has entered the outdoor category with the launch of its Dalya collection.

According to a report in Furniture Today, the Canadian-made collection was introduced on a small-scale last summer through an exclusive group of retailers, and now the company officially is marking its entrance into the outdoor category by expanding this product line with more than 50 SKUs.

The Scandinavian-style line includes patio chairs, side tables, planters and decorative birdhouses. All items are in stock and ready to ship with new colors being released in March. 

Myriam Girard, product management and innovation specialist, told the magazine that, “Our goal with Dalya was to create a selection of furniture that isn’t too imposing and fits well in these tighter spaces. We gave these pieces a trendy Scandinavian look that adds a light touch. To make people’s lives easier, we also chose a material that’s easy to care for and resistant to heavy weather.”

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