This wall fountain from Adagio comes with on-trend pink-and-gray stone.
Barlow Tyrie displayed new tabletop colors this market, including Frost, shown here.
While known for their signature Adirondacks and hammocks, the Hammock Source also offers casual dining.
In the Low Country Originals showroom, Laurie Bell debuted new pillows made with bold Sunbrella fabrics and Ardwyn trims.
Palm Springs Rattan added to its line of occasional tables, including this fun octopus design.
Following the trend of nontraditional outdoor dining, Telescope features this 120-inch extension dining table.
Al fresco dining goes mod with these midcentury chairs from Zuo Modern.
Wink Gaines, a wildlife photographer, puts her images on aluminum to create a light-weight, outdoor-safe product, such as her recent Race Series.
"We brought out a large number of collections in September, so now we're working on expanding those collections and filling in the gaps," says Chris Capone, marketing director for Seaside Casual.
The Mt. Vernon Fanback Windsor Chair from Three Coins Cast now comes in four new colors taken from the home of George Washington.
At South Sea Outdoor Living, the Candace collection appeals to buyers interested in a smaller footprint. Of note, the wood is eucalyptus, a cousin of teak.
We also discovered large outdoor dining tables at Ashley Furniture, where the category is still in its first year. “The report from retailers is outstanding,” says Andy Sokol, vice president of merchandising, outdoor furniture. “We’re hearing about so many success stories.”
Reflecting interior dinettes, the Franklin dining collection by Agio features bench seating and a porcelain top made to look like wood, trimmed with aluminum around the edge for extra protection.
This new woven outdoor collection at Abbyson Living pairs well with its colorful indoor/outdoor garden stools. “We wanted to go for classic outdoor seating with a distressed finish that’s so popular,” says Brittany Behringer, events and marketing manager.