Lloyd Flanders

Beautifully-crafted to stand the test of time. Lloyd Loom® furniture is still made in the same facility where this special process was first developed in 1917. Marshall Burns Lloyd created a process by which cellulose strands are woven into a wicker fabric as an alternative to the then popular method of wrapping cane around a frame. Each hand-crafted piece of Lloyd Loom furniture made today uses the same process to create the loom fabric, though they’ve added advanced technologies over the last quarter century to produce a continuous strand that will not burr, crack, or peel, resulting in a consistently smooth weave. They offer a large selection of frames and finishes and hundreds of fabrics in styles ranging from classic to contemporary. Their product works in screened porches as well as in outdoor settings, and has the quality and durability to last for years.