Founded in 1986, American design-house favorite Arhaus has been producing sustainable, highly crafted, and heirloom quality furnishings for more than two decades. Whether it’s lighting or case goods, furniture or decor, quality is its number one priority. Inspired by the Greek Isles, the new Malawi Outdoor Lighting Collection features a vertical-weave design crafted from all-weather wicker and a stainless-steel frame. The results are organic yet sophisticated, elegant yet dimensional.

New York–based textile design studio Eskayel has debuted a new collection of fabrics that marks its first-ever performance and  outdoor line. Water repellant and stain-resistant weaves are available in some of Eskayel’s most popular patterns, including Dynasty in Indigo, Domenica in Notte and Bamboo Stripe, Up for Anything, and Bali Stripe. Dedicated to sustainable innovation and lasting beauty, all fabrics are digitally printed in Italy in small batches to reduce waste.

In an homage to esteemed designer Gabriella Crespi, Copenhagen furniture designer Gubi has released the Bohemian 72 Collection. Inspired by Crespi’s drawings and pieces designed for private clients, the collection brings together Crespi’s interest in natural materials, her fascination with stacked, sculptural forms, and her curiosity about Eastern cultures and philosophies. Designers at Gubi have used Crespi’s drawings from 1972 to create an extraordinary line of rattan furnishings that includes a lounge chair, a three-seater sofa, an ottoman, and a floor lamp. By deciding to use repeating layers of vertically coiled rattan vines, which was visionary for the time, Crespi created a distinctive interpretation on lounge furniture that proves to be timeless.



Progress Lighting’s Design Series has debuted a new collection by designer Jeffrey Alan Marks called the Point Dume Collection. Hailing from Southern California, Marks infuses his designs with casual livability and a cool sense of tailored design, which is evident in the new collection. “Lighting is the ultimate marriage of form and function and the most transformative element in a design project,” he says. The Point Dume Collection weaves both industrial and artisanal styles in a range of forms from coastal to urban and is inspired by his two favorite places: Point Dume, California, and East Hampton, New York. Mixing metal reminiscent of corrugated rooflines with traditional lines and natural materials, the collection is simultaneously original and comfortingly familiar.


Photographs by Slim Aarons contain vivid colors so brilliantly captured in their mundane existence that they stop viewers in their tracks. For the second year, Santa Barbara Designs will be honoring Aarons’ work with a capsule collection of umbrellas inspired by three of his lesser-known works: St. Tropez Beach, Poolside In Sotogrande, and Scone Madam. Made with high-performance,
marine-grade, weather-tested materials intended to withstand the most extreme weather, Santa Barbara umbrellas are not just another pretty face—though that they are, as well. The American Icon Collection Part II features bright colors, fanciful scallops, classic combinations, and a few simple forms.


The Spring and Summer Collection from Designers Guild is brimming with dynamic and vibrant modern prints and weaves, resulting in a truly sophisticated but practical outdoor collection. Savine includes original marbleized and textured prints that are new to Designers Guild, as well as iconic favorites that are familiar and treasured. Dotted with stripes and florals, offerings range from deep and bold hues to go-with-everything neutrals in calming patterns that help relax the mind and body while sitting poolside or catching a cool breeze on the patio.


Founded in 2006 by two childhood friends, outdoor furniture house Kannoa set out to build a company based on four pillars: design, functionality, durability, and harmony. Offering all their products in twenty brilliant colors that seem at-home in the Miami-based design house, Kannoa’s creative vision puts people first. The new ergonomically designed Maui Leisure Chair is a statement in its form but delivers on comfort as well. On its own or paired with the cleverly designed ottoman that slips underneath when not in use, the Maui features modern lines with a clean look and offers the durability of all-weather material and a powder-coated aluminum frame.


After opening its first retail store in the United States last year, British homewares brand OKA will be launching its first outdoor line stateside this spring. The company was founded by three women, Annabel Astor, Sue Jones, and Lucinda Waterhouse, and based on a mission to make the worldwide treasure trove of home goods more accessible to the masses. The aesthetic is rich in textures and patterns with timeless profiles that are elegant yet easygoing. OKA’s newest outdoor collection is inspired by verdant blooming English gardens that beckon us to stay awhile and enjoy nature. With twisted metal in the shape of vines and featuring a distressed finish, pieces from the Viticcio Metal Garden Collection speak directly to the garden inspiration.


A child of the South, designer Deborah Rhodes knows the ins and outs of gracious entertaining and the welcoming effect of a beautifully set tabletop. After achieving major success in the New York fashion scene in the ’80s and ’90s, Rhodes’ straw hat lines shifted sharply to hand-crafted straw placemat and tabletop decor, where she found a deep passion. In her new spring collection, Rhodes explores the embellished side of nature, taking natural forms and adding depth and dimension with design. Careful attention is paid to every detail in the new line, ensuring a final look that is pulled together and thoughtful.


Perennial favorite Summer Classics has released its latest outdoor dining offerings, including the Montello Dining Table. Made of cast stone, the table features unique details with fine-textured lines and a durable, substantial look that’s versatile enough for indoor and outdoor use. The sleek silhouette offers a minimalist style while also imparting a classic aesthetic that is universally appreciated.


Home accessories designer Joanna Buchanan’s passion for luxe decor began when she was a child sifting through her great-grandmother’s vintage ornament collections. Today, she produces elegant, one-of-a-kind accessories, ornaments, decor, and gifts with chic graphic patterns and modern colors. Her butterfly and bees melamine dinnerware collection is designed to bring the garden into your home. The hand-painted design is replicated on every piece and made to withstand years of use. Buchanan loved the idea of a super elevated melamine offering. “Inspired by our butterfly and bee napkin rings, this beautiful watercolor effect reminds me of a vintage plate that my mother had. It has so many colors in the pattern, so you can really pick out any color and emphasize that when you are tablescaping.”