Yardbird Opens Green Outdoor Furniture Showrooms

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As the patio season approaches, Yardbird, a high-end outdoor furniture company, is expanding its showroom presence with the launch of 11 new independent showrooms throughout the United States.

These showrooms will be set up in various cities, including Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Long Island, Milwaukee, Raleigh, San Antonio, San Francisco, Tampa, and West Palm Beach.

Yardbird's showrooms provide an opportunity to envision outdoor living and entertainment areas with a vast collection of items such as sectional sofas, dining sets, lounge chaises, fire tables, umbrellas, accessories, and others.

Also, the company has its own designers who can help customers choose the best furniture for them.

Best Buy bought Yardbird in 2021 to give customers more options for improving their outdoor spaces.

Jay Dillon, Yardbird's co-founder, stated that the company is enthusiastic about displaying its unique qualities to customers. With the addition of almost twice as many showrooms, Yardbird will have the opportunity to exhibit what distinguishes them from other outdoor furniture companies. Furthermore, the company intends to grow the Yardbird brand and cater to a more extensive audience seeking high-quality products for their homes.

According to Blake Hampton, Best Buy's category officer, Yardbird is a great complement to Best Buy, particularly for customers already seeking to enhance their outdoor living areas. The company is excited to introduce Yardbird to new cities, providing more customers with the opportunity to view the newest outdoor furniture designs and receive expert advice while shopping.

Yardbird differentiates itself from other outdoor furniture retailers by prioritising the environment in its product manufacturing. By utilising plastic that would have otherwise ended up in the ocean, Yardbird has incorporated this material into some of its furniture pieces.

Additionally, the company collaborates with carbonfund.org to offset its carbon footprint, reduces packaging materials, and implements recyclable packing materials when feasible.

Currently, Yardbird's furniture is purchasable through Yardbird.com, at its 14 pre-existing showrooms throughout the country, on BestBuy.com, and at over 50 Best Buy stores nationwide, including its Experience Stores.

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