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A Fine Line

Less is more with linear designs that create an open, airy effect via wide weaves, vertical slats and sturdy styling.

Moraya Bay's open weave pattern in rich brown tonesand natural textures creates awarm inviting appeal.
Showroom: IHFC M-108


The sculpted Aviano collection from Tommy Bahama Outdoor has frames dressed in burnished mocha and furniture covered with a contemporary seagrasscoloration of all-weather wicker. The rectangular cutoutdetail adds to the mid-centurymodern appeal.
Showroom: 1300 NationalHighway, Thomasville

The Lucy dining chair features a lattice design in the company's newest saddle weave and complements the Tuscan dining table with its extendable top.
Showroom: 317 S. HamiltonSt.


This square 6-foot linear teak table with fine close slats, chairs and backless benches is ideal for entertaining. Eight guests can gather round comfortably.
Showroom: IHFC M-134

Jamie SorcherJamie Sorcher | Senior Editor, Casual Living

Jamie Sorcher, senior editor at Casual Living, is a multimedia reporter as well as a word nerd, lifestyle expert and tech enthusiast. In broadcast, Sorcher has earned recognition as a go-to techie during more than 1,000 TV and radio interviews and originated the role of the Gizmo Girl on ESPN's Cold Pizza. She has written for publications as diverse as ShopSmart, Premiere, Home, Ty Pennington at Home, Sound & Vision, amNewYork, Robb Report, Consumer Reports, Maxim, Unlimited, Cafemom.com, The Huffington Post, Etown.com and ElleGirl.com. A graduate of Lehigh University with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism, Sorcher has studied at the London School of Economics and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

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