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Elaine Smith


Elaine Smith’s elegant, ikat-inspired design in a fresh flame color palette is woven from 100% Sunbrella yarns at the company’s factory in southern Florida. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor settings, the pillow retails for about $90 in the 22-inch-by-22-inch size.  https://www.elainesmith.com



Homecrest’s Infiniti armless chair features a stretch sling that provides a cushy seat without the maintenance required of a traditional cushion. Its simple design makes it adaptable to all kinds of settings and spaces, and the Infiniti tables can function as end or corner units. Manufactured in Wadena, Minnesota, the chair retails for about $1,100,  the side table and corner unit for $692 each, and the coffee table for $969. www.homecrest.com

Lloyd Flanders


The modern, clean-lined Visions Collection from Lloyd Flanders is crafted of Lloyd Loom wicker over an aluminum frame. It is made at the company’s factory in Menominee, Michigan. Available in 20 finishes, the lounge chair retails for about $1,619.  https://www.lloydflanders.com

O.W. Lee


Featuring flowing lines, O.W. Lee’s sophisticated Belle Vie collection offers a distinct art nouveau flair in dining, deep seating and lounge pieces. The collection is manufactured at the company’s factory in Ontario, California. The cushioned chaise with an adjustable aluminum frame retails for about $2,550. https://www.owlee.com



Polywood’s Ocean chair is part of the company’s Wave Collection of outdoor furniture crafted of recycled plastic in Syracuse, Indiana. Plastic bottles are sourced from the oceans through partners such as The Plastic Bank, and Polywood has committed to recycle 1 million pounds of ocean-bound plastic into its furniture line by 2021. Each chair saves 1,000 single-use plastic containers from the ocean. The Ocean chair, available in 11 colors, retails for $219. When the four styles are lined up, they create a crested wave design across their backs. https://www.polywood.com



Telescope Casual’s Plymouth Bay aluminum dining set features the company’s rustic “wood-grain” polymer, available in 10 powder-coated frame finishes. Manufactured at the company’s factory in Granville, New York, it can be customized with tone-on-tone or contrasting combinations. The set, with a dining table, two benches, and umbrella and base, retails for about $3,299. https://www.telescopecasual.com