The Paso Doble Stool is an exercise in curves, and with a mesh back that dries quickly and an aluminum frame that doesn't retain water, this truly is an outdoor stool. However, it's so beautiful and well-made that you may not be able to resist bringing it indoors as well. Available in either counterstool or barstool height.
The 1966 Collection Lounge Bench by Richard Schultz. This 3-seat outdoor classic is true to the original design, and made of materials that stand up to mother nature. Part of the Museum of Modern Art's permanent collection.
The Solo Stool Outdoor combines masterful woodworking techniques and a minimal design to offer a beautiful dining stool. A sculpted footrest floats around the 4-leg base adding comfort to this wooden stool. The thermo oiled ash is intended for outdoor use, capable of standing up to the elements. Designed by Nitzan Cohen for Mattiazzi, the Solo Stool Outdoor combines function and beauty in one elegant piece.
Stefano Giovannoni and Magis teamed up to produce the Chair First. The Chair First is constructed using a gas-molding process that lets the chair be formed in one piece. The stackable Chair First from Magis can be used indoors and outdoors and its unique construction ensures greater strength than most stacking chairs.
The Magis Chair_One was designed by Konstantin Grcic and is a sculptural piece designed to provide comfort and support. The aluminum construction ensures lightweight strength. The Magis Chair_One is a great side chair or dining chair, a stylish accent piece for your home.
The Eames Aluminum Outdoor Side Chair from Herman Miller brings the iconic designs of the Eames Aluminum Group to your Outdoor Space. This Outdoor Side Chair is lightweight enough to be easily moved and incorporates a durable weave fabric that is able to stand up to the elements. Bring the brilliance of Charles and Ray Eames to your outdoor space with the Eames Aluminum Outdoor Side Chair.