Outdoor furniture sales grow as customers prepare for a summer at home


With the travel industry crushed by the coronavirus pandemic, it’s more than likely that people will be staying close to home this summer.

Furniture and home goods retailers are reporting huge spikes in sales of outdoor furniture along with pool, grill and gardening items, as consumers look to make their staycations as fun and relaxing as possible.

“People are finding that the more time they spend in their home, the more time they want to have those things that make it more meaningful, more beneficial,” said Ron Hilton, chief sourcing and operations officer for

The online retailer initially saw an uptick in outdoor furniture in March, but since then, demand has “exploded,”…


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