Sketchbook: World Travel
September 1, 2007,
The Big Apple offers the best of urban living. At the forefront of fashion and design, modern is the main word as pop art and streamlined styles are highlighted. Materials merge together creating contemporary centerpieces, from teak and stainless steel to wicker and aluminum.
Created by pop artist Natasha Wescoat for Open Air Designs, the Megan Tree WeatherPrint wall art is completely weatherproof, crafted from a process that uses UV inks to protect the product from outdoor elements. Space 7-8030
From Elaine Smith Pillows, an exotic giraffe print adds a touch of modern pizzazz to outdoor soft goods. Space 7-6034
A sleek profile and deep seat highlights the Kenny sun lounger from Lattice & Curio, crafted of all-weather wicker. Space 8-4129
The Colorado dining group by Schou offers a complete collection crafted of hardwood, but echoing the look of teak and achieving a classic urban design. Space 8-8030
Outdoor living is enhanced by the lush colors and soft touch of Colonial Mills' Sunbraid Collection, created from polypropylene yarns and polyester fabric. Showroom 8-1061
Teak and stainless steel combine for the Chorus dining table by Gloster, fusing modern and traditional components for a unique centerpiece. Showroom 1768
Lloyd/Flanders' Princeton Collection includes a bar group featuring high class contemporary styling, pairing hand-woven vinyl and wrought aluminum details. Showroom 1650
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