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It seems like all of our favorite design studios and retailers have dropped new sectional sofas and side tables over the past few months if not days. To help you get a handle on all of the powder-coated aluminum, weather-resistant wicker, and plush Sunbrella-covered cushions fresh on the market, we plucked the most noteworthy brand additions and organized each by newness, below—and there’s more to come. If summer soirees and backyard barbecues aren’t already on your mind, they will be shortly. 

Fritz Hansen

Courtesy of Fritz Hansen

Fritz Hansen recently dropped the Tradition collection, including modular sofa seating, a stand-alone armchair, and a coffee table. Like all of its outdoor furniture, the untreated solid teakwood gets even more beautiful over time, wearing into a lovely soft gray color. Note: The cushions are weather resistant, but shouldn’t be left wet for long periods of time. We suggest storing them in a dry environment when not in use.

Lulu and Georgia

Courtesy of Lulu and Georgia

When we heard that Four Hands and Amber Lewis were collaborating, we knew it was going to be great. Spoiler alert: We’re obsessed. Select indoor-outdoor pieces are available to consumers at Lulu and Georgia, along with Shoppe Amber InteriorsScout & Nimble, and Interior Homescapes. The wicker texture and iron frames create a relaxed French château vibe that looks anything but big box.

Serena & Lily

Courtesy of Serena & Lily

Stripes are going strong in Serena & Lily’s outdoor furniture introductions. Pair the graphic Sundial chaise with, say, a tiny wicker table meant to hold an umbrella and perhaps a glass of Sancerre, and you’ve created the ultimate beach house vibe.


Courtesy of Article

Summer is for lounging, and Article’s Lubek collection is making us want to read, nap, and repeat. Low-to-the-ground acacia-wood platform frames give the pieces a simple, modern look that will never go out of style. Plus it’s tough to find quality upholstered outdoor seating for less than $799.


Courtesy of Neighbor

DTC furniture brand Neighbor recently launched the XY collection, and we’re loving the earthy palette. Tubular steel with a powder-coated finish makes the pieces durable and easy to clean. To keep things comfy, the chairs come with a removable cushion made of quick-dry foam and fadeproof Sunbrella fabric. Fun fact: The table base also doubles as an umbrella stand.

Design Within Reach

Courtesy of DWR

Designer Gabriel Tan was inspired by the idea of creating “soft islands” that feel like private getaways, which explains the rounded edges and soothing shapes in his Softlands outdoor collection for DWR. The chair, which is available in sofa and chaise longue sizes as well, is made of teak and all-weather rope and sports removable cushions with quick-dry foam filling and UV-resistant Sunbrella fabric. The coffee table also comes in a side table size and is made from ceramic stone and slatted teak.

Crate & Barrel

Courtesy of Crate & Barrel

Crate & Barrel’s Anguilla outdoor collection offers seating in every size imaginable. From a seven-piece U-shaped configuration to a single lounge chair, the assortment could find a place in nearly any backyard. Durable solid-teak frames and weather- and fade-resistant acrylic fabric mean you’ll be able to enjoy it for many summers to come.


Courtesy of CB2

Even though these are brand-new pieces, they may look slightly familiar, and that’s because the same design was used in an indoor bouclé version introduced a few years back. Both are from CB2’s collaborations with Ross Cassidy, and we’re so into the wicker version that we’d consider using it indoors, too.


Courtesy of Arhaus

We’re loving the Togo-esque look of these new laid-back loungers. The low-slung seats are upholstered in bleach-cleanable, fade-resistant, anti-mildew, and eco-friendly fabric, with frames made from 100 percent marine-grade engineered hardwood that’s reinforced with steel hardware fittings. You can configure the different sizes to create a sectional or just enjoy a seat for one.

West Elm

Courtesy of West Elm

Does it get any more coastal grandma than West Elm’s Westport collection? Made from handwoven all-weather recycled wicker, it basically turns any backyard into a scene from Nancy Meyers’s Something’s Gotta Give. The wide arms double as a surface for drinks or snacks, setting you up for prime relaxation.


Courtesy of RH

We’re digging the tubular shapes in RH’s Vigo teak collection. The cushions are sold separately and offered in a whopping 73 fabric options. You can also choose from natural or aged teak, both of which are, per the brand, “from forests regulated by Indonesia’s Sustainable Forest Management System, designed to promote the sustainability of future teak harvests.”