Rustic/Lodge: From log furniture
to Southwestern style, these
lounges look great on any
Tropical Exotic: Features
carefully woven rattan designs
and tropical fabrics
straight clean lines and angular
cuts, contemporary and modern
furniture is void of any
flourishes and embellishments
Traditional: Ranging from dark
finishes and ornate
craftsmanship to large
intricately woven wicker pieces,
traditional furniture is a
Transitional: A bit softer than
modern lounges and less ornate
than traditional design,
transitional chaise lounges feel
at home in any outdoor setting.
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