Outdoor Furniture: Soft Shapes

Embrace curves in contours that run from victorian to mod



1. The fluid line of this Modern chaise lounge by designer Mark Robson can be molded into four relaxation 
positions for optimum comfort. From the Sakura collection, Sifas, through Walters Wicker (T), D&D, 212-758-0472, sifasusa.com. 2. Though it looks fit for a living room, this Capri lounge from Restoration Hardware is outfitted with quick-drying foam cushions and water-repellent Perennial or Sunbrella fabric. Westport, 203-222-1027, Greenwich, 203-552-1040, restorationhardware.com. 3. Available in natural, oiled, weathered or distressed finish, Link’s Ruseau lounge chair is French chic and can be ordered in any of the company’s fabrics. Through Hines & Co. (T), D&D, 212-754-5880, linkdesignsolutions.com. 4. Dine as if you are in the French countryside with the Maison Jardin collection by Richard Frinier. The line from Century Furniture is cast in powder-coated aluminum and dressed with curved teak wood slats. Through Safavieh Home Furnishings, Stamford, 302-327-4800, 
safaviehhome.com, centuryfurniture.com. 5. Don’t be fooled by the sweet silhouette. Covered in Sunproof outdoor fabric, this Dorothy lounge chair has staying power. Steve & James, wearesteveandjames.com. 6. Step into an English novel with this classic circular tree seat from Barlow Tyrie. The plantation-grown teak is cut and shaped from solid blocks and is built to last. Glenham tree seat, through Walpole Woodworkers, Westport, 203-255-9010, walpolewoodworkers.com, teak.com. 7. Dressed in a vintage damask, this black teak bench adds a touch of femme to your outdoor space. Gardenhouse, West Palm Beach, FL, 561-832-8260, gardenhousedecor.net.

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