14 outdoor products to see at High Point

Get a first look at new and trending outdoor products coming to the spring High Point Market, April 2-6, 2022. Several of these companies and products are featured on IMC’s new JuniperMarket platform at junipermarket.com

Braxton Culler’s Tangier Collection features rounded arms, tapered legs, and polyurethane on an aluminum frame, which makes the group durable and weather resistant. Thick cushions provide extra support and constant comfort. Pieces available include the Tangier sofa, chair, ottoman, end table and cocktail table. Braxtonculler.com

Brown Jordan’s Moto sofa has a handsome low-profile aluminum frame and is fabricated with cast joints and custom extrusions to showcase broad sweeping lines. With oversized ultra-plush tailored cushions, the sofa is curated in three fabrics and three finish offerings. Brownjordan.com

Cane-line’s Flip deck chair is crafted from high-quality Grade A teak and has several practical functions, such as an adjustable backrest and an integrated footrest, which can easily be pushed below the seat, when not in use. For extra comfort, it is possible to purchase a matching cushion set with neck support for the deck chair. Cane-line.com

New for 2022, Jensen Outdoor welcomes FSC-certified teak timber into its family of fine outdoor furniture materials with the modern Sorrento collection. The line includes an array of sectional seating and accent pieces that can be arranged to suit any vision. Jensenoutdoor.com

Lloyd Flanders’ Visions collection has clean lines, moderate-scale seating, and unique cushioned inset panels that create a stunning modern silhouette.  The American-made sofa, lounge chair, swivel glider lounge chair, ottoman, dining armchair, as well as end and cocktail tables are customizable and available in 20 custom finishes. lloydflanders.com

Kenneth Cobonpue’s Dolce Easy Armchair is hand-crafted from tubes of plush fabric interwoven over a steel frame. Kennethcobonpue.com

Couture Jardin’s Dream collection armchair can be fashioned in multiple positions and uses a simple mechanism to recline. Couturejardin.com

Informed by mid-century design, Sunset West’s Sabbia incorporates classic proportions with modern materials. It’s rendered in satin white aluminum with natural-colored all-weather rope and features a rounded tube frame, with plush cushions and five adjustable positions for comfort. sunsetwestusa.com

Kravet Furniture launches its first fully upholstered outdoor collection of furniture, KravetSoleil. Featuring classic styles and options for embellishments, the line includes a variety of seating options including sofas, swivel chairs, sectionals, chaise lounges and ottomans. Kravet.com

Three Birds Casual’s St. Lucia Sectional is made from Grade A Plantation teak and is currently in stock with limited quantities. Three-birds.com

Made of sleek, clean contemporary iron, Woodard’s Turner is a collection of seating and dining that is scaled for balconies, small patios and porches. Its micro-mesh seat and back allow for use with or without cushions. Woodard-furniture.com

The Sag Harbor collection by Kingsley Bate will now be offered in weather-friendly Seagrass. The new fiber has the natural beauty of authentic seagrass, yet is made from high-density polyethylene that is suitable for outdoor use. Kingsleybate.com

After being approached by a company to create a container to hold their handwoven hammocks when not in use, Loominaries created this basket, which is woven in its studio in western North Carolina and made from outdoor fabrics. They can be used hammocks, plants, towels, toys, etc., and are available in stock and custom colors. Loominaries.com

Modway’s Stance aluminum loveseat has a contemporary, modern look, with woven polyester fabric rope seat back and flared powder-coated aluminum frame. A versatile set designed for long-lasting durability, each piece in the Stance Collection can be mixed and matched. It’s available in Grey-Charcoal, Grey-White, White-Grey, White-Navy.

Alex Milstein

Alex Milstein is the editor in chief of Casual News Now as well as a contributor and social media coordinator for Home News Now. He previously served as senior editor of both Casual Living and Designers Today. Prior to that, Alex covered technology for Furniture Today, with a focus on augmented reality, e-commerce, and 3D visualization.

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