hfnew | product roundup | outdoor/casual furniture
June 10, 2012,
The Winnetka Collection echoes American historic design handcrafted of teak in a distinctive mission style. The collection is designed to be equally at home inside or out. Included within the collection are deep seating units; three-cushion sofa, lounge chair, ottoman and three occasional table designs. elementadesigns.com
Fresh from its High Point Market debut, Agio has introduced the Heritage Collection. It features gentle curves and subtle details inspired by the soft elegance of an English Garden. Constructed of durable aluminum, the collection is finished in a dark antique. Comes with table, swivel chairs and dining chairs. agio-usa.com
The Halo collection, designed by Louis Lara, has added contemporary lounges. The chaise-type design can be moved into various positions from upright to a horizontal position. The sled can be removed to create a rocking option. The Halo collection incorporates all weather wicker with fabric and metal components for a multi-material construction. seasonalliving.com
The Phillips Collection, known for its global designs for the contemporary market, extends its style to the outdoors with Patina. The group includes tables, chairs and fountains finished to evoke the effects of time, wind and water. The set can be used indoors our outside. phillipscollection.com
Cushioned comfort and ideal proportions distinguish Z-Line's Tivoli Collection. The collection's clean lines and stylish look are enhanced by a strong, aluminum frame. Generously proportioned, plush deep seating is designed to provide maximum comfort. The woven-by-hand weave, with a highly polished base, creates a sleek contrast. High quality frames are powder-coated aluminum and rust resistant. z-linedesigns.com
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