Outdoor Lounging: 9 Patio Furniture Designs We Love
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- Whether it was Frank Lloyd Wright’s signature red or Le Corbusier’s favorite shade of blue, the modernists loved primary colors.
Honeycomb aluminum top with natural-stained oak veneer, powder-coated steel tube base
Bring some retro style to your deck or patio with the Pliny outdoor lounge chair. Inspired by classic vintage spring chairs, Pliny is made from stainless steel and recycled high-density plastic and is available in seven colors so you'll be eco-friendly and look good, too.
An oldie, but goodie from Arik Levy, the Geo Low table is available in three sizes. Arrange an archipelago, or leave solo. We love that this design comes in a powder-coated aluminum version for outdoors, or a more classic wood finish for interiors.
Designers Glenn Lawson and Grant Fenning created this piece, which has a powder-coated finish (allowing for outdoor use) and comes in a selection of colors and sizes. The standard dimension, shown here, is 42 inches in diameter.
The angular two-legged Ply side table by Ronan Copia, founder of Valencia-based outdoor furniture company Axthor, is made of heavy-gauge powder-coated steel—a departure from the company's repertoire of welded aluminum, polyurethane fabric, and polyethylene-panel rectilinear furniture.
Daniel Stromborg, who connected with the venerable American manufacturer while working in Don Chadwick’s L.A. studio on Knoll’s Spark Series, designed this collection of outdoor tables with powder-coated steel legs connected to a floating top.
The Merge Table features a slim powder-coated base topped with a tinted glass surface. Each table features a base made from two identical loops of tubular steel. Suitable for use indoors or out, Merge can be specified in a range of base colors and three subtle colors of glass.