At this point, we all have at least some idea of what outdoor furniture typically looks like. Most pieces are made of wicker and teak, and forego dark, moodier colors in favor of lighter, brighter hues. Without fail, major manufacturers flood the market every year with new, glossy outdoor launches just in time for spring. We’ve saved you the trouble of sorting through all that clutter and picked out a few of the very best—pieces that feel similar to outdoor collections past, but are just different enough, bringing something new to the tried-and-true formula.
By Helena Madden