Courtney Mueller -- Casual Living, 9/1/2005 12:00:00 AM
Nature and our surroundings never cease to inspire the artist in each of us. Pieces shown here are unique and offer natural additions to outdoor living without taking away from natural surroundings.
|Richard Frinier's Plein Air Collection for Century literally translates to 'open air,' and hearkens back to a century where nature was at the center of art.|
|Wooden planters by Vifah come in a variety of sizes and feature handles for easy managability in the garden. 7-7099|
|From Capel, Al Fresco outdoor rugs will accent consumers' outdoor living space, bringing more of the indoors out. 7-7038|
|The Colorado Buff Flagstone deep seating group from Stone 2 Furniture utilizes genuine rocks and recycled steel from automobile parts and farm equipment to create one-of-a-kind furniture collections for the outdoors. 8-3008B|
|Lister's Palm Lounger combines laminated teak and stainless steel to give a Caribbean feel. 7082|
|The St. Moritz table from Hanamint is crafted from cast metal for an elegant finish. 1793|
|From Ancient Mosaic Studios, the Monaco B tabletop is inlaid with limestone, Honey onyx and Italian marble. 8-2094|
|Part of the Bob Timberlake Collection for Laneventure, the limestone and resin Faux Bois bench resembles natural wood, but with all-weather durability. 1748|
|From Groovystuff, furniture in the Back to the Roots Collection brings Mother Nature into the home with pieces crafted from plantation-grown teak. 8-9052A|
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