Pliny the Lounger
Current production timeline: 3 weeks
Ships Standard, Fully Assembled
Inspired by the ubiquitous 'motel' chair from the 1940's, Pliny the Lounger is a timely update on this classic patio chair. Pliny was designed and manufactured by Loll Designs with Sielaff Corporation using sustainable materials. Made in the USA, this outdoor lounge chair features an elegantly mandrel-bent 1-inch tubular stainless steel frame with a seat and back made from partially recycled plastic. The chair's welded tube frame has no open ends and is a one-piece construction that will last a lifetime. The Pliny has that classic 'bounce' feel that brings the seated back to a moment in their familiar past, but the patio chairs' new roots are clearly in the present.
Loll products are made with recycled high-density polyethylene (HDPE) primarily from milk jugs. Milk jugs are used due to their lack of pigment so Loll’s vibrant colors can be created. As Loll material is a post-consumer recycled material, the medium to create the material does inevitably fluctuate. Although we do continuously strive for the best consistency possible, material color and texture may slightly vary from sheet to sheet and thus product to product may have slight variances. However, with that said, its nothing to worry about as we do our best to catch these inconsistencies in the shop. We also use USA made aluminum inserts mated with a 304 grade stainless steel bolt in all joinery. Richlite paper composite is used for structural elements in some pieces. Arbor Wood thermally modified wood can also be found in a select few products. All our materials are chosen for their high quality, no maintenance, performance and longevity. We want you to enjoy your furniture, not work on it.
We offer cushions upholstered in Sunbrella fabric and designed for use outdoors. Solution dyed acrylic yarns make these textiles easy to clean and fade resistant. Our cushion cores are comprised of urethane foam and polyester fiber with a moisture repellent wrap.
Made from Sunbrella’s Sur Last material, Loll covers are highly water resistant, as well as mold/mildew resistant. This coupled with high UV resistance and the ability to toss in the wash makes them a low maintenance, care-free solution for extending the life of your Loll furniture.
Loll Designs strives to build long-term relationships based on confidence and trust with our customers. We sit beside, on top, and beneath the quality of our fine furniture and will make things right if you are not completely satisfied with your purchase. Click here to view our full warranty.
UV + Color
Notes on Colors
We have tried our very best to accurately represent product colors on this website. However, due to the nature of the recycled plastic we use and electronic media, color of actual products may differ slightly from how they appear on this website on your particular computer. Please request a sample to see actual product color. Call or email us with a good ship-to address and your requested sample will be sent to you free of charge or submit a Color Sample Request.
What kind of material is Loll made out of?
Loll products are made with recycled high-density polyethylene (HDPE) primarily from milk jugs (#2 plastics) that you take out to the curb every week. Milk jugs are used due to their lack of pigment so Loll’s vibrant colors can be created. As Loll material is a post-consumer recycled material, the medium to create the material does inevitably fluctuate. Although we do continuously strive for the best consistency possible, material color and texture may slightly vary from sheet to sheet and thus product to product.
Is there ultraviolet (UV) stability in Loll material?
Yes. Loll products are manufactured with a highly weatherable HDPE sheet. Our post consumer resin includes a superior UV additive designed for plastics that improves exterior durability, greatly reducing characteristic surface degradation caused by sunlight and other UV light sources. Pigments / color concentrates are also added that are formulated with the best weathering pigments available in the market in a particular color-space.
Is fading covered under warranty?
No. The sun is very hard on materials that have constant direct exposure and we cannot guarantee the material color will not change over time. However, the HDPE that Loll uses has a UV stabilizer and is very resistant to fading. The color is not a finish coat; it is a pigment embedded in the material throughout. Some pieces use Richlite natural paper composite. Richlite will patina as it weathers and the lighter, natural colored material will redden or turn grayish. Black will remain black for years but with some apparent weathering. You will never have to paint or stain Loll Furniture. Our Warranty.
Will I see any change of color in my product?
The good news is that in most applications probably not. Further, darker colors are naturally much more resistant to change than lighter colors.
When products are placed in full direct sun, testing has shown NO significant change of color over time for:
- Charcoal Grey
- Cloud White
- Sky Blue
- Navy Blue
Testing has shown INCREASED change of color over time for:
- Apple Red
- Sunset Orange
- Leaf Green
Care + Maintenance
Loll furniture will not rot or splinter. It will never require paint or stain. Mostly you will find a simple hose-off will do the trick when it gets a little dirty. If there is a little more dirt, a simple wet rag and a natural spray cleaner should be sufficient to keep Loll furniture clean. A garden hose and a soft bristle brush or a microfiber towel works great if there is dirt embedded in the texture. You can purchase a Loll Cleaning Kit at checkout and you will have everything you need to keep your Loll furniture looking like new.
Shipping + Assembly
Made from ultra-durable HDPE (high density polyethylene) partially derived from recycled single-use plastics like milk jugs and shampoo bottles.
All Seasons + All Weather
Designed to weather all four seasons, our durable furniture can be left out year-round.
Made in the USA
Loll purchases materials from the USA to proudly design + manufacture our products in the Duluth, Minnesota, USA.