Seems I have more furniture suppliers than anything else — by far…. hmmmm. It’s actually rather disproportionately large for what it is. There are so many other elements to garden design, that I am beginning to question the furniture industry’s obviously vastly greater budget for sending out catalogs and mailings to designers and the like.
Anyway — Here are more….
Uwharrie is all kinds of country rustic down home feeling pieces. Very colorful and kinda mid-western in my mind.
Janus et Cie carries all the great european lines. Dedon. among others. If you read Garden Design Magazine you must have heard of them. Their furniture pieces are chic, beautiful and expensive. Totally drool-worthy.
Emu does some pretty interesting modern Italian design stuff too. Lots of unexpected designs that really inspire.
Rausch is a German company that has a nice collection of classic styled outdoor furniture, but they also have a nice mix of very modern designed pieces too.
Andrew Richard Designs is a Canadian manufacturer whose brands include Sarah Richardson outdoor, Tuuci and Tommy Bahama.
Site Scapes is primarily a site furnishings company (stuff for corporate, commercial or public use, but there are some nice pieces I could see putting into a garden….like the tall grass bench.
Landscape Forms also has a considerable amount of site furnishings, but their collections are perhaps a bit more versatile. I can see many of them in a garden setting, my favorite being the parc centre chair.
Three Coins (TC Castings) has a distinct look. It is heavy, scroll-y, old world cast metal furniture. they have recenlty added the color series where the same patterns and designs are finished in a rainbow of color options.
Loll creates modern, durable, all-weather, outdoor garden furniture from 100% recycled plastic.
Kingsley Bate is 100% British crafted teak furniture. It’s all classic teak and really nothing else.
I still have quite a stack of furniture suppliers let to post — I hope this is helpful to you, it certainly is for me. I also have piles going for lighting, plants, containers, irrigation, and a few others…so more is on the way.
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