In 1906, Marshall B. Lloyd opened the Lloyd Manufacturing Company in Menominee, Michigan, where he developed a timeless and unique process for creating fine woven furniture. We are proud to continue crafting this heirloom furniture today, in the same facility where it all began.
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 we'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.
Lloyd Flanders is proud to offer furniture in woven vinyl, teak and loom finishes in a wide variety of fabrics, including our Lloyd Flanders in-stock swatchbook fabrics from Sunbrella®, Al Fresco, and Sunbury. Explore the range of colors, patterns and textures available to dress your Lloyd Flanders furniture.