If you're looking to spruce up your lot with great-looking garden furniture, let these samples fill you with creative outdoor possibilities.
Spring Blossom Garden Bench
A beautiful rose motif graces this beautifully crafted bench. Made of sturdy wrought iron and solid oak with an oil finish to keep it handsome season after season. Easy to clean too. 50inW x 19inD x 32inH. Assembly is required. Imported.
Garden Bistro Aluminum Table and Chair Pair
Picture yourself and a friend enjoying yourselves at this lovely table and chairs set. Twining ivy and interesting leg details makes this set a stand-out. Crafted in durable and weather-resistant cast aluminum with a white powder coat finish. Imported. 24in dia. table.
Camel Back English Garden Cedar Bench
This Camel Back English Garden Cedar Bench is the perfect addition to your garden or yard. Handcrafted of Western Red Cedar that can be left natural to weather to a lovely silvery gray, or simply apply a wood sealer to preserve its natural beauty. The Camel Back collection has a graceful curve to the backrest lending a graceful sophistication to its design. The seat has also been designed with a natural curve for added comfort.
Classic Shorea Garden Bench - 5'
This Classic Garden Bench 5' is beautifully constructed of Shorea, a tropical hardwood in the Teak family...that loves the outdoors. Left to the elements this wood weathers gracefully to a lovely silvery gray or it can be treated with our Teak Oil, (see Care Products/Wood) to maintain its natural warm brown tones.. A durable yet elegant addition to any outdoor area of your home.
Market Umbrella - Natural
The Market Umbrella is a stylish way to protect your outdoor furniture! As with any umbrella we recommend closing the umbrella when not in use. However, these umbrellas are vented to help resist mild wind gust damage when used with the recommended stand (see items listed below). A two pulley lifting system makes opening and closing this umbrella a cinch.
Who says your garden needs to just have flowers? Be creative and decorate with unique garden furniture today!
[ First posted on 11/29/2005 by Manuel Viloria ]