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.
Lloyd Flanders is proud to continue crafting this heirloom furniture today, in the same facility where it all began.
Each hand-crafted piece of Lloyd Loom furniture made today uses the same process developed in 1917 to create the loom fabric, though we've added advanced technologies over the last quarter century to produce even better, more durable furniture.
Lloyd Flanders offers a unique selection of vinyl all-weather wicker furnishings. Their vinyl collections represent the best of traditional, transitional and contemporary decor.
Lloyd Flanders offers antiqued teak tables that complement their Lloyd Loom and vinyl collections. Our premium teak wood is ideal for outdoor furniture because of its high oil content, inherent strength and tight grain.
Marshall B. Lloyd opened the Lloyd Manufacturing Company in Menominee, Michigan.
Lloyd develops the Lloyd Loom® process for manufacture of wicker furniture.
The Lloyd Loom process is patented.
Don and Dudley Flanders purchase the Lloyd Manufacturing works and form Lloyd Flanders.