Low profile design and versatility define this John Caldwell designed collection called Largo. From its sunbed-sectional to its custom grey vintage oak coloration. Enjoy your rooftop deck, veranda, pool or outdoor garden space in comfort and style.
All the furniture pieces in this collection are constructed of welded corrosion-resistant aluminum that should retain its finish after years of use. The welded frames are then wrapped with 100% virgin vinyl that will remain not only soft and pliable but will hold its shape and not have excessive fading due to UV inhibitors. This furniture is constructed in a way that will allow you to have your outdoor table for a lifetime, not just a season.
Maximize your outdoor space with this Modern Fire Table. Create a special ambiance with fire using a 24" linear burner and receive the additional benefit of 12" of functional table space. This modern feature will be an added bonus for any outdoor space, as a center piece to entertainment areas or relaxing retreats. Includes decorative lava rock, for a natural yet modern look or for added color the decorative fire...
Our large rectangular planters are perfect for screening views, or creating separate seating areas in large open spaces in any hospitality, commercial, or residential environment. These patio planter dividers allow you more flexibility in changing the feel of a space - instead of moving walls, relocate the planters or change the height of the greenery. Made of heavy gauge marine grade aluminum, and powder-coated inside and out to ensure durability, and...
Let everyone know where your house is with these stainless steel address markers. Easy to mount with simple instructions included. Each House Number stands off from wall by 0.5 inches. (The number #1 digit house number measures 3.5 inches width at widest point, 1 inch leg.) Features Available Finish/Color: Brushed Matte Finish Specifications Stainless Steel Dimensions Height: 6 inches Width: 5 inches Ships within 1-2 days
Few American designers have impacted modern design more than Charles and Ray Eames. Through unique technology and incredible forethought, this husband and wife duo helped define American Modernism, and their influence continues to impact designers today.