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November 10, 2011,
Agio's Del Sol wicker collection
The Del Sol is an all weather wicker collection. The Dining set has a woven rim that holds a glass top table. It is also offered in a Chaise lounge and a 6-piece Deep seating collection, which includes a swivel glider allowing for 360 degree and gentle rocking motion, an ottoman and side and coffee tables. The Sunbrella cushion fabric is specifically designed for outdoor use. agio-usa.com
Tropical locales and motifs are the inspiration for the Cannes Collection, the latest addition to the Castelle line from Pride Family Brands. Each piece in the collection incorporates handcrafted rattan-like elements formed of heavy duty all-weather aluminum. Through an airy open work back design and oversized fade-resistant cushions, the Cannes collection incorporates sling dining, cushioned dining and deep seating to fully dress any outdoor space. All pieces are equipped for long outdoor use with durable multi-phase powder coat finishing and attractive hand-applied antiquing. pridefamilybrands.com
Biltmore and partner Whitecraft have introduced the South Terrace outdoor furniture collection inspired by pieces located in Biltmore's Winter Garden. South Terrace features refined styling and exposed bamboo-inspired legs, chair backs and sofa backs. The fabric selections for the collection continue the theme of natural inspiration, presenting subtle earth tones in organic textures. Consumers can also customize the collection for any living space by choosing from a wide selection of all-weather fabrics. The South Terrace collection is crafted with resin molded over an aluminum frame with Viro weave. The collection includes standard seating pieces such as a sofa, love seat, standard and swivel lounge chairs, ottoman and cocktail and side tables. South Terrace also features a dining set that includes rectangular, oval and pedestal table options. whitecraftinc.com
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