This is a 3 option poll with 500 respondents targeting Age Range
(55 64, 45 54, 35 44, 25 34), Gender
(Female, Male), and Amazon Prime Membership
(Yes). A sample of responses:
- The black umbrella ribs on option A really give it a nice contrast from the beige creme colored top. Seeing the contrast gives me a feeling that there is a good structural integrity to this umbrella. The dark arm also makes it fit better with the setting. I like seeing the ribs on the umbrella, it shows me where the weak points are and overall the design looks cleaner to me.Option B seems similar to C except with a lighter tone on the ribs. I like it for these same qualities, contrasts with the top and looks very clean to me. The lighter arm holding it is also lackluster but at least the ribs have a contrast to the top itself.Option C is my least favorite because the very light tone of umbrella ribs make it get washed with the tops color. It's a mixture of a silver grey with creme and this just does not look good. I prefer seeing the contrast of colors, for me it looks better. This may be because what I'm used to but it's truly just a personal preference. I need that contrast there, similar colors almost blending feel odd. It comes off as a cheap look to me.
- Choice A has the dark umbrella ribs showing which give an aspect of strength and support out in the outdoor setting. The support stand and arms for the umbrella are also dark which gives a better aesthetic to the deck and sitting area. Choice B has a lighter color but the umbrella ribs do stand out a little. The overall look is a little cheaper as the support pole and bar do not match the umbrella arms in the image. Choice C has the umbrella rims the same color as the umbrella material which is a light color. Birds would not be easier to be seen in this open umbrella on outdoor deck which might pose a problem to those using the deck area. The support arm and pole really make the umbrella look cheaper than the other two examples.