Outdoor Furniture Roundup: Coastal Charm

Classic lines, ship-worthy materials and marine colors combine for coastal charm
Outdoor Patio Furniture Nautical

1. Seat yourself or a crowd in the versatile Madison sectional from Oasiq. Transform the look from classic to contemporary with a choice of 12 powder-coated finishes, six mesh selections and an array of fabric options. Oasiq (T), NYC, 212-355-0625.

2. Gather around the Arbor dining table by Janus et Cie for good times and great summer memories. Choose natural or weathered teak (pictured) finishes. Plus, the 94-inch table boasts a slate stone Lazy Susan, perfect for sharing. Janus et Cie, NYC, 212-752-1117.

3. West Indies meets English garden in Ethan Allen’s Millbrook teak collection featuring turned legs and carved arms, outfitted in dozens of stylish outdoor fabric options. Ethan Allen, Norwalk, 203-846-9545.

Outdoor Patio Furniture Nautical

4. Swing away the day in the Go porch swing, which is made of 100-percent recycled materials (think milk jugs), maintenance free and available in 10 fade-resistant colors. Design Within Reach, Stamford, 203-614-0787, Westport, 203-227-9707.

5. The Apogee Italian market umbrella by Giati wears its stripes on the inside for optimal enjoyment. Through Walters Wicker (T), D&D, 212-758-0472.

6. Made by hand in Maine, the heirloom-quality Cape Porpoise chair by Richardson-Allen is crafted from mahogany and layered with eight coats of marine epoxy to stand up to the elements. Through Bradley Terrace Outdoor Furnishings, 773-775-6579. 

7. The Southampton sofa from Richard Frinier’s collection for Brown Jordan exemplifies the casual-chic lifestyle. Resin fiber is handwoven over a powder-coated aluminum frame, in a choice of sage or sienna tones. 800-743-4252.


A version of this article appeared in the June 2014 issue of Connecticut Cottages & Gardens with the headline: Nod to Nautical.