Rimbou Lotus Shade Leaf
The Rimbou Shade Leaf comes in two shapes—triangle and leaf; two fabrics—Texsilk and Sunbrella; and 14 hot colors. Mounted to a rolling base, these umbrellas not only provide individual shade, but they can also swivel as the day (and the sun) moves along. Perfect for those who like to spend their summer mornings, afternoons, evenings—and every hour in between—outdoors.
Dacapo Offset Umbrella
The Dacapo Offset Umbrella defends against water and rot, offers high light- and colorfastness, and can stand up to a spectrum of temperatures—and it comes in more than 30 colors. But the real treat? Its solid engineering allows for both overhead shade and a 90-degree tilt to keep you covered at every angle.
Beach Umbrella from Scenario Home
95% UV protected and made from 100% cotton, the Sombrilla Canopy comes in a number of bright patterns, including the yellow print seen here. The canopy can be offset (as shown) or tent-like, and it rolls up easily into its bag at the end of a relaxing beach day. Is it time to go home already?!
Umbrella Mosquito Net
Design Toscano's Tropical Thatch Umbrella Cover
This thatched umbrella cover from Design Toscano makes an entertaining addition to any beach house or poolside. Crafted of real palm fronds, it can be easily placed on top of any umbrella up to nine feet in diameter and will bring a touch of authenticity to your backyard oasis. Start mixing the piña coladas!
Pier 1 Pagoda Umbrella
Medium Square Sail Sun Shade
Sunbrella Rectangular Umbrella
Mission Hills 10-foot Tucson Wall Umbrella
Coral Coast 9-foot Sunbrella
Protect your family from the harsh rays of the sun with the classic and beautiful Sunbrella umbrella by Coral Coast. It slips easily into patio tables, and its 9-foot diameter will keep everyone comfortably in the shade. Flexible fiberglass ribs lend extra strength to withstand wind, and its push-and-pin system allows for easy setup.
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