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October 8, 2015,
The Floating Luxuries Water Hammock takes outdoor comfort all the way to the water.
HOMECREST OUTDOOR LIVING
The Liberty swivel rocker chat chair is part of the new Liberty aluminum deep seating collection, which draws inspiration from early American craftsmanship.
Verge celebrates 20th century Bauhaus styling, framed with tubular legs and foot caps and cushioned with scalloped cushions and pillows available in Suncloth fabrics.
A highlight of the Leisure collection for 2016, the Sunset lounge makes a bold statement in white finish and sling.
The FAZ group, created by architect Ramón Esteve, adds the Daybed sunbed with a distinctive lift-top sunshade as well as an outdoor sound system that can be connected to smartphone or Bluetooth technology.
The Sunburst glider, available in seven frame colors and five interior colors, is made of high-density polyethylene (from 100% recycled milk jugs) and includes a lifetime warranty.
YELLOW LEAF HAMMOCKS
The Montauk is a classic rope hammock woven with sturdy, hand-dyed cotton and is designed to hold one to two people comfortably.
The Wipe Out Rocker confab chair is available in three finishes – autumn haze, nimbus and mocha nut.
The Brazilian Eucalyptus rocking chair is made from durable, sustainable solid hardwood in lite tan and dove gray maintenance-free wicker.
Tropitone’s Corsica Woven collection features the new woven bucket with the back and seat pieces meeting in a mitered joint.
The Jill swing’s the thing for a casual backyard, and this twoseater is the newest addition to the Boat Wood collection.
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