Summer Classics announces Atlanta Market introductions
January 11, 2017,
Haley by Summer Classics
Outdoor living continues to be an extension of the living spaces inside, and that’s what attendees will see when they visit the Summer Classics showroom. The Summer Classics 2017 collection features simplified, modern design with stylish details.
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The Avondale collection featured at Atlanta Market pays homage to White’s early career as a textile sales representative at his family’s fabric business at Avondale Mills with a mid-century design in chamfered teak that showcases plush upholstery. New occasional tables in this group were designed to coordinate with other Summer Classics collections.
Another premium teak favorite in a chamfered lattice back design, the Haley offers classical styling with lush cushions and sumptuous proportions. The simplicity of the X-back design allows Haley to mix easily with other teak collection pieces.
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In addition to wood, Summer Classics has developed durably-designed furniture that uses stainless steel as the main frame, a material that embodies both strength and versatility. The design can be found in two collections: the Delray and the Acero. The Delray features slow-growth teak accents inlaid into the arms of the stainless steel, allowing it to be mixed with a variety of dining and occasional chair options and is designed to be used without a cushion.
A mid-century contemporary collection from the highly successful new White Label group, the Acero features a steel frame and bucket upholstery in Sunbrella fabric. This beautiful collection comes with reticulated foam cushions, giving a great interior-design look outdoors that’s perfect for poolside and other areas.
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