Ace Your Outdoor Furniture Game With These Pieces

The latest in outdoor furnishings demand prime-time attention–on and off the court.

Well Played

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Aluminum powder-coated in fresh hues like Island Orange and Yankee Navy, the Ocean Drive Collection is Oomph’s first foray into outdoor furnishings. Embellished with perfectly preppy scalloped edges, the pieces possess nostalgic flair. oomphhome.com

Love – Love

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The Week-end Collection by Studio Brichet Ziegler is all about ease. Stackable, light and simple, the pieces still pack a graphic punch thanks to the innovative use of negative space. petitefurniture.com

Break Point

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Informed by decades of design experience, Thomas O’Brien approached his collaboration with Century keeping the classics in mind. In the shade of RH’s Touch Ocean Master Classical Roman Valance umbrella, the Augustine Metal Garden Bench and Bar Cart are inspired by antique European garden furniture with contemporary characteristics. centuryfurniture.com / rh.com

High Strung

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Thoughtfully proportioned, elegant and just a touch edgy, Rose Tarlow’s Cat’s Cradle Dining Side Chairs are dynamic by nature. Teak that weathers beautifully with time highlights the everlasting design by veteran Angeleno. sutherlandfurniture.com

Down the Line

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Ethically sourced and harvested from teak from the island of Java, Indonesia, is at the core of the Ambient Ray Lanterns. The solar charged light sources designed by Henrik Pedersen take Gloster’s ethical mission into the modern day. gloster.com

Grand Slam

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Colorful, intricate and remarkably durable, Sergio Matos’ collection for fellow Brazilian company Artifact embodies the joy of  the South American country’s culture. The stainless-steel Chita Chair, wrapped in wine-colored rope, is inspired by the traditional chintz pattern. artefacto.com

PHOTOS: KATE BENSON

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