• Jennifer Bringle

New in Nashville

As the nation defrosts from winter , the music city center in nashville heats up with the latest outdoor products — from grills and fire pits to furniture and accessories — at the hearth, patio & barbecue expo, march 5-7. Here , we give you a first look at some of the casual products you’ ll find at the show.

Bull Outdoor Products 

Bull’s 24-inch, three-burner, chromium plated commercial-style griddle is low maintenance and ideal for the outdoor dream kitchen.


Booth 2128


Sunset Bay Outdoor

The Heritage collection outdoor kitchen allows you to choose the base model that best fits your needs and budget, and customize by simply ordering different kitchen island accessories such as doors, drawers, cabinets, trash can pullout, ice chest or propane pullout.


Booth 1361

Telescope Casual

The MGP Patio Storage Box is designed to withstand the elements while providing storage and protection for cushion sets and any other patio accessories.


Booth 1100


American Fyre Designs By Rh Peterson

The Artisan Glass Edition large firefall features hand-laid and grouted glass tiles in a choice of three presentations.


Booth 1708

Homecrest Outdoor Living

The Sephora fire table features a raised fire vessel designed exclusively for Homecrest by James Wohlberg. Vessel choices include pearl, amber, pebble or crushed onyx, and pair with any Icon table top.


Booth 2939


Onward Manufacturing Company/broil King

The Broil King Keg Charcoal Grill has been redesigned for 2015, with a removable ash catcher and stylish metallic gray paint color. The Keg’s durable body is made of double-walled steel with high-grade insulation in between.


Booth 1636

Big Green Egg 

Each Big Green Egg solid teak cutting board is artisan-crafted from FSC-certified tropical hardwood.


Booth 1338



These ready-to-finish fire pits from Exterus are available in stock and custom sizes and can be customized with stone veneers and granite tops.


Booth 2416

Outdoor Greatroom Company 

The Marbleized Noche Colonial fire pit table is made from durable materials and can be customized with mix-and- match tops and base heights.


Booth 2700



The new Slimline Shadow – Infratech’s single-element Slimline electric heater – is now available in all-matte black.


Booth 3210

Coyote Outdoor Living

The Coyote Hybrid Grill is a 50- inch, split-hood stainless steel grill with two separate fire boxes. The grill includes two high-powered Coyote iBurners on one side for gas grilling and a commercial, fully adjustable charcoal and woodchip friendly tray for grilling or smoking on the other.


Booth 3144


Image of Jennifer BringleJennifer Bringle | Features Editor, Casual Living

Jennifer Bringle is the features editor of Casual Living. She previously served as an editor and reporter at a number of publications, including Kids Today, AAA Living Magazine, The News & Observer of Raleigh and Carolina Parent. Her work also has appeared in The Washington Post, Southern Living, Our State and The News & Record of Greensboro, and she is the author of several non-fiction books for middle and high school-aged children.  Contact her at jbringle@casualliving.com

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