Get Summer-Ready: The Best New Outdoor Furniture Offerings


This summer, high style on the patio, deck or terrace is guaranteed with the newest in outdoor furnishings. Earthy agate overtakes the seashell as this season’s must-have accessory. And Californians reach across the ocean to help victims of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami.

1. Commissioned by the Italian furniture company, Talenti, Karim Rashid’s club chair was inspired by 1950s-era mesh lawn furniture. It’s now available from Henry Hall Designs in bronze and powder-coated pastels that refer to the golden age of backyard barbecues; $1,200,

Link Outdoor pillows
Link Outdoor adds pattern to patio furniture with its outdoor fabrics. The Reverse collection features bold, light-colored prints on vivid backgrounds; $96 per yard,

The Bowmont Outdoor Bracelet side table
The Bowmont Outdoor Bracelet side table, from Barbara Barry’s new outdoor furniture line for McGuire, brings quiet elegance to the backyard with delicate brass ovals that indeed look like a piece of jewelry; $903,

The Klismos Side Chair
The Klismos Side Chair is a fifth-century form reimagined by Restoration Hardware in cast aluminum for modern-day outdoor living; $395,

The ceramic birdbath from Eva Solo
The ceramic birdbath from Eva Solo provides a modern perch for fine-feathered friends; $135,

The Boom-Boom settee
The Boom-Boom settee from Urban Oasis is made with midcentury lines and an outdoor-friendly polymer weave; $1,800,

garden stools
The garden stools in Bevara Design’s Slab collection are made from an eco-friendly blend of coconut fibers and concrete that melds green and stylish living; $320,

Kymo’s MNML Outdoor | Indoor rug
Kymo’s MNML Outdoor | Indoor rug, made from webbing normally used for rock climbing, is a match for the elements. It’s just been released in a new navy and gray colorway; $301 per square foot,

The Loll Swing
The Loll Swing takes the form of a traditional rope-and-plank swing and remakes it with recycled plastic and design-minded details; $169,

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