Nicole Crews -- Casual Living, January 10, 2012
Outdoor items featured at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market and the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market bring serene to the casual scene with an ascetic aesthetic. Denizens of minimalism will delight in the Zen of their outdoor dens.
Reversible Kyoto tablemats and floormats are inspired by Japanese kimono textiles.
The bare bones bistro set is rustic yet sophisticated.
Reallite Candles are battery operated, genuine wax candles with the flicker and warm glow of real candles.
The Mahogany Indo Sun Lounger is sleek in teak.
Englishman's Fine Furnishings
The Marie Collection's gray washed rattan and taupe cushioning stays true to a neutral, natural palette.
The AquaWinder hose reel has an automatic rewind lever and handsome casing.
The Mandalay Bay barheight table features a base that can be filled with plants or lighting.
The Beechworth Grande table provides comfortable seating for 12 when paired with six Amber benches.
Viroforms nesting serving trays are made from environmentally friendly, all-weather wicker.
Wendell August Forge
Mixed metals in copper and bronze embrace nature in the Dogwood tray.
The Nostalgia Collection's Penny ottoman serves as a porch perch and gives a nod to colonialism.
The Eucalyptus Collection's sustainable stools double as seating or side tables.
Ratana Home & Floral
The Pasto Collection Lowback Club chair features a woven, bubble pattern in all-weather resin and is part of a modular seating group.