Marlough II Outdoor Dining Collection, with Sunbrella® Cushions, Created for Macy's

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Marlough II Outdoor Dining Collection, with Sunbrella® Cushions, Created for Macy's

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Dining outside becomes an even more attractive option with the Marlough II Outdoor Dining Collection. Designed to last, its wood-look slats, sleek lines and plush cushions present modern style and enduring comfort that can serve as an entertaining focal point for years to come.

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    Disappointing
    Apr 23, 2022

    We've had same issues mentioned in other reviews. The slats are stained, smell funky when you clean them even with wet rag. The screws on the bottom are stripped and some of the slats are warped. We had an issue with one and called the program we paid for (Worry No More) and conveniently, that wasn't covered. It is such a nice looking set, but not worth the money or issues in the long run.

    Disappointing
    by Lisa

    We've had same issues mentioned in other reviews. The slats are stained, smell funky when you clean them even with wet rag. The screws on the bottom are stripped and some of the slats are warped. We had an issue with one and called the program we paid for (Worry No More) and conveniently, that wasn't covered. It is such a nice looking set, but not worth the money or issues in the long run.

    Patio Perfect
    Mar 11, 2022

    This table and accompanying set has held up nicely through the winter months!

    Patio Perfect
    by Cynthia

    This table and accompanying set has held up nicely through the winter months!

    Stylish seating
    Oct 16, 2021

    I put two of these together to create a 10’ long dining table and it worked great! We now have outdoor seating for 12 at a sturdy and stylish table. Only drawback is that the table is made entirely out of metal, so if we don’t have the umbrella up all day to shade it, the table will heat up all day in the sun and not cool down in time to eat dinner at it.

    Stylish seating
    by Kristina

    I put two of these together to create a 10’ long dining table and it worked great! We now have outdoor seating for 12 at a sturdy and stylish table. Only drawback is that the table is made entirely out of metal, so if we don’t have the umbrella up all day to shade it, the table will heat up all day in the sun and not cool down in time to eat dinner at it.

    Nice quality heavy duty for heavier people
    Sep 22, 2021

    I like the quality I purchased many different pieces and while a couple people have said it is so terrible I felt the need to communicate that it is indeed high quality outdoor furniture that is totally worth the expense. Yes some pieces should be covered in rain because they have cushions but you can also remove the cushions when rain is expected and then it's fine to leave uncovered the frames I have had for about two months now in very hot summer Midwest weather and rain and love the welded frames I expect it all to last a very long time

    Nice quality heavy duty for heavier people
    by Esscastle

    I like the quality I purchased many different pieces and while a couple people have said it is so terrible I felt the need to communicate that it is indeed high quality outdoor furniture that is totally worth the expense. Yes some pieces should be covered in rain because they have cushions but you can also remove the cushions when rain is expected and then it's fine to leave uncovered the frames I have had for about two months now in very hot summer Midwest weather and rain and love the welded frames I expect it all to last a very long time

    Great chairs!
    Sep 03, 2021

    Very comfortable and great looking chairs.

    Great chairs!
    by karen

    Very comfortable and great looking chairs.

    BUYER BEWARE! ........ Be aware!!!!!!!!
    Aug 18, 2021

    Don't buy any of this series (Marlough II) if you intend to leave these "outdoor" pieces outside. The manufacturer, Patio Master may have created these special for Macy's but they should make big improvements on them to qualify as a Macy's product. The manufacturer's 7 year warranty (on the frame) sounds really great. However, when you read the warranty summary information it specifically states, "Damage to frames or welds resulting from improper assembly or EXPOSURE TO to WATER AND/OR SUB-FREEZING TEMPERATURES IS NOT COVERED. Now, how would you control exposure to water and/or sub-freezing temperatures (below 32 degrees F)? According to Macy's and the manufacturer, you have to move the furniture inside when it gets cold outside, and keep it covered when it rains. So why is this furniture classified as outdoor? Apparently, because the frame is solid, changes in temperature can cause condensation inside the frame which then freezes and can deform the frame which voids the "warranty".

    BUYER BEWARE! ........ Be aware!!!!!!!!
    by Cynthia

    Don't buy any of this series (Marlough II) if you intend to leave these "outdoor" pieces outside. The manufacturer, Patio Master may have created these special for Macy's but they should make big improvements on them to qualify as a Macy's product. The manufacturer's 7 year warranty (on the frame) sounds really great. However, when you read the warranty summary information it specifically states, "Damage to frames or welds resulting from improper assembly or EXPOSURE TO to WATER AND/OR SUB-FREEZING TEMPERATURES IS NOT COVERED. Now, how would you control exposure to water and/or sub-freezing temperatures (below 32 degrees F)? According to Macy's and the manufacturer, you have to move the furniture inside when it gets cold outside, and keep it covered when it rains. So why is this furniture classified as outdoor? Apparently, because the frame is solid, changes in temperature can cause condensation inside the frame which then freezes and can deform the frame which voids the "warranty".

    BUYER BEWARE! ........ Be aware!!!!!!!!
    Aug 18, 2021

    Don't buy any of this series (Marlough II) if you intend to leave these "outdoor" pieces outside. The manufacturer, Patio Master may have created these special for Macy's but they should make big improvements on them to qualify as a Macy's product. The manufacturer's 7 year warranty (on the frame) sounds really great. However, when you read the warranty summary information it specifically states, "Damage to frames or welds resulting from improper assembly or EXPOSURE TO to WATER AND/OR SUB-FREEZING TEMPERATURES IS NOT COVERED. Now, how would you control exposure to water and/or sub-freezing temperatures (below 32 degrees F)? According to Macy's and the manufacturer, you have to move the furniture inside when it gets cold outside, and keep it covered when it rains. So why is this furniture classified as outdoor? Apparently, because the frame is solid, changes in temperature can cause condensation inside the frame which then freezes and can deform the frame which voids the "warranty".

    BUYER BEWARE! ........ Be aware!!!!!!!!
    by Cynthia

    Don't buy any of this series (Marlough II) if you intend to leave these "outdoor" pieces outside. The manufacturer, Patio Master may have created these special for Macy's but they should make big improvements on them to qualify as a Macy's product. The manufacturer's 7 year warranty (on the frame) sounds really great. However, when you read the warranty summary information it specifically states, "Damage to frames or welds resulting from improper assembly or EXPOSURE TO to WATER AND/OR SUB-FREEZING TEMPERATURES IS NOT COVERED. Now, how would you control exposure to water and/or sub-freezing temperatures (below 32 degrees F)? According to Macy's and the manufacturer, you have to move the furniture inside when it gets cold outside, and keep it covered when it rains. So why is this furniture classified as outdoor? Apparently, because the frame is solid, changes in temperature can cause condensation inside the frame which then freezes and can deform the frame which voids the "warranty".

    BUYER BEWARE! ........ Be aware!!!!!!!!
    Aug 18, 2021

    Don't buy any of this series (Marlough II) if you intend to leave these "outdoor" pieces outside. The manufacturer, Patio Master may have created these special for Macy's but they should make big improvements on them to qualify as a Macy's product. The manufacturer's 7 year warranty (on the frame) sounds really great. However, when you read the warranty summary information it specifically states, "Damage to frames or welds resulting from improper assembly or EXPOSURE TO to WATER AND/OR SUB-FREEZING TEMPERATURES IS NOT COVERED. Now, how would you control exposure to water and/or sub-freezing temperatures (below 32 degrees F)? According to Macy's and the manufacturer, you have to move the furniture inside when it gets cold outside, and keep it covered when it rains. So why is this furniture classified as outdoor? Apparently, because the frame is solid, changes in temperature can cause condensation inside the frame which then freezes and can deform the frame which voids the "warranty".

    BUYER BEWARE! ........ Be aware!!!!!!!!
    by Cynthia

    Don't buy any of this series (Marlough II) if you intend to leave these "outdoor" pieces outside. The manufacturer, Patio Master may have created these special for Macy's but they should make big improvements on them to qualify as a Macy's product. The manufacturer's 7 year warranty (on the frame) sounds really great. However, when you read the warranty summary information it specifically states, "Damage to frames or welds resulting from improper assembly or EXPOSURE TO to WATER AND/OR SUB-FREEZING TEMPERATURES IS NOT COVERED. Now, how would you control exposure to water and/or sub-freezing temperatures (below 32 degrees F)? According to Macy's and the manufacturer, you have to move the furniture inside when it gets cold outside, and keep it covered when it rains. So why is this furniture classified as outdoor? Apparently, because the frame is solid, changes in temperature can cause condensation inside the frame which then freezes and can deform the frame which voids the "warranty".

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