With spring officially here, there is no better time to find new furniture to make the most of days spent outside and get you in the warm weather mood. Check out our round-up of furniture that will be sure to send you and the family outside into the sun and warm temps this season!
Crescent Outdoor Lounge Chairs
Pricing: $395 ea. when made in a set of 4 or more
Made from African Mahogany, Guild member Pete E. Michelinie’s Crescent Outdoor Lounge Chairs are truly unique. The wood has been left unfinished and will turn silver with age if left outdoors in the sun. Customers can also have it finished, but requires a reapplication of oil every year to stay reddish brown.
You’ll notice the cutout on the top of the chairs can be used to ‘handle’ them when in use and when nested. The seat comes out of its position and nests into the main section, with no special hardware.
It may not take you outside, but this butterfly table from Guild member David Hurwitz gives all the spring feels. This hand-carved, Vermont purple slate top with mottled green inclusions was designed by artist Kerry O. Furlani. The slate has a linseed oil finish and the cherry has a Danish oil finish. The dark brown slate (referred to as “purple” in the slate trade) has mottled green inclusions.
This one-of-a-kind bench can be used inside or outside on your patio. It’s made from locally-grown white oak, is rot resistant and durable for outdoor use. The hardware used on the bench is stainless steel. The leg forms have stainless steel levelers hidden underneath. Made by Guild member David Hurwitz, the finish is completely environmentally-friendly, non-toxic with an all-natural, plant-based oil finish made for outdoor use.
Outdoor Display Case
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Constructed for the Woodstock History Center by Guild member Nick English of Petite & English and made from solid white oak, the base features mortise and tenon joinery with drawbore pins for added strength. The case is also made from solid oak and is joined using half-blind dovetails. The roof is built using cedar shingles to match the surrounding buildings. While this is designed to house art prints for full display, a custom piece can be commissioned that would work well for a neighborhood book exchange or even a plant display.
Still not finding what you’re looking for to make the most of your spring? No worries! Take a look at what’s available now from all our Guild members to give you a little inspiration!