Shifting Into Neutral
Jamie Sorcher -- Casual Living, 9/1/2013 2:00:00 AM
Neutral tones are typically creams, bones and beiges, but brewing now is a range of rich coffee compilations like mocha, latte and espresso. While color trends come and go, neutrals continue to be classic.
With a nod from the trestle style of Belgium, the rustic Brussels table features a reclaimed, weathered appearance and a stain-resistant gray wash finish.
This handsome buffet table - part of the Riviera collection - is made of all-weather wicker and provides extra space for dining or storage.
With flared arms and open-air accent tables, the Flair collection provides style and comfort in an easy-on-the-eye Espresso finish.
An outdoor lamp like this classic woven style in Black Walnut/Mahogany is outfitted in Sunbrella's Arbor Pebble fabric. This is suitable for any environment, but makes an especially solid accent for patio or porch.
From the Andes Jute collection, the Grey Romance area rug offers a chunky texture and brings any room together - indoors or out.
The Monticello collection, shown here in a new Latté braided-weave finish, joins other flavorful finishes including Mocha Mix, Java, Roasted Pecan, Caramel and Honey.
Made of Marine Grade Polymer, the 64-inch Chandler remains comfortable to the touch on hot or cool days.
The new Valora brand includes six seating groups. Here, the Esso aluminum slat dining chair has a powder-coated frame available in black, brown, white or silver.
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The East Bay backless bench is an addition to the Twin Rivers line of mahogany furniture.
A raised weave with a natural appearance, the Leucadia collection's sofa makes an ideal blank canvas for adding pops of color along with superior comfort. sunsetwestusa.com showroom: 8-5093
Sunbrella's Terry performance fabric combines texture, stretch and performance - perfect for pillows and upholstery. The 14 colors include earthy shades like Parchment, Wheat, Cocoa, Char, Dove and Mineral.