Patio furniture has a tendency to, well, look like it belongs outside—i.e. the kind of pieces you don’t mind keeping in the elements because it’s more about function than form. But instead of ostracizing outdoor pieces to the patio, why not make them standouts in their own right so that your outdoor environment is as inspiring as your interior?
The Brampton 9-Piece Outdoor Eucalyptus Extendable Dining Set makes a modernist statement whether placed on a patio, in the backyard or around the pool area. Fashioned from eucalyptus wood with a teak finish, the table is as sturdy as it is stylish. It’s even resistant to weather and UV radiation. Paired with chic and contemporary white resin bucket seats bearing teak legs, the furniture sets a swanky tone and table for every occasion.
It’s easy to mistake The Vondom Stone Sofa for a piece of rock in your backyard. Designed by husband-and-wife team Stefano Giovannoni and Elisa Gargan, the soft organic form looks more like a tumbled river rock than actual furniture. But because of an innovative rotation process by which matte white polyethylene is molded, it’s as functional as it is uniquely formed. To ensure comfort, the seat has a rounded bed that accommodates the curves of the body, so you can lounge the day away.
The Annie Selke Nest Lounge Chair takes its cue from friends of the feathered variety. Handwoven from sustainable natural rattan, the lounger looks and feels so much like a nest, you might just discover a seatmate who decided to rest his wings for a bit. Sculptural yet cozy, the lightweight piece can be moved around easily and would be perfect for a porch or patio.
Claiming a perch for the day is easy in the LEJZH Hanging Egg Hammock Chair. Part-swing, part- hammock, part-nest, the rattan swing basket chair is suspended from a sturdy rod and cradles you with so much comfort, you’ll never want to leave. The basket may look delicate, but it’s made from UV-proof wicker that’s designed to withstand the elements, and a rust-resistant metal frame.
The Phillips Collection Riverstone Outdoor Table simply goes with the natural flow of your backyard. Though it’s made from resin with a white finish, the table’s rounded edges and overall vibe are more boulder-esque than table, which makes it fit easily into an outdoor scape. It’s also designed to handle any kind of weather that comes your way.
First designed by Walter Lamb for Brown Jordan in the 1940s, the Walter Lamb Lounge Chair was originally created from bronze and copper tubing, which the designer salvaged from sunken naval ships at Pearl Harbor. The modern iteration is crafted from weatherproof, rust-proof brass that only gets a richer patina over time. The seat is composed of hand-wrapped marine-grade, UV-proof cording that’s comfortable yet durable enough to bear the elements.
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Post time: Oct-26-2019