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5 Outdoor Furniture Designs To Covet Now

5 outdoor furniture designsThe snow may be still on the ground but now is the time to get the outdoor furniture in order or on order and get ready for patio living. We’ve found five pieces and/or collections of stylish outdoor furniture we are hot to get our hands on for summer. Make way for some inspiration for your outdoor spaces.

1. Tradition With StyleWeatherend Westport collection outdoor furniture

Beautiful, timeless, elegant and sturdy – this is what the Weatherend Furniture company makes. Made in Maine translates to gorgeous outdoor furniture which is sure to be a coveted heirloom piece full of happy memories of summers past.

2. Not What You ThinkJanus et Cie Capella Dining table

This is not one of those big wood dining tables which can be impossible to move, though it does look like it doesn’t it?  The Capella dining table from Janus et Cie made from powder coated aluminum will add a stately presence to any outdoor dining area.

3. Outdoor Chairs Can Be SexyBrown Jordan Barritz

Nix the clunky and cumbersome metal dining or lounge chairs in favor of these super sexy aluminum  versions designed by Michael Berman for Brown Jordan.  Al fresco dining will be an nightly occasion.

Timeless Teak TableKingsley-Bate Brussels coffee table

Gray as an interior trend has made its way to the patio. This stunning Brussels table from Kingsley Bate is make from reclaimed teak with all the natural characteristics of a antique.

5. Creative Turn To The End TableCrate and Barrel Rocha side table

Finally we found this smallish end table which is both sturdy and useful. The Rocha is hard to resist for a creative end table and when its from Crate and Barrel one might as well have at least two.

Outdoor furniture can be classic or modern, but there is no reason it should be the same old thing everyone else has. I’m ready for spring how about you?


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