Outdoor Living- What’s new in Outdoor Furniture - MDG

Outdoor Living- What’s new in Outdoor Furniture

Posted by Bridget McMullin on June 03, 2020

As summer approaches, it’s time to start thinking about outdoor décor. Dressing up your patio with quality furniture is easy with this list of our favorite pieces for 2020.

Century Furniture’s outdoor lines show off the same attention to style and detail as their renowned indoor furniture, as well as their commitment to sustainability. Plantation-harvested teak (rather than forest-harvested), water hyacinth rattan, and their wide range of durable outdoor fabrics make outdoor furniture selection fun as well as eco-conscious.

West Bay:

Palm Beach:

Bernhardt made a splash this year with their unique line of outdoor furniture. The chunky knit look of the Wailea swivel chairs looks more like a designer indoor chair than an outdoor piece, but it has the durability and quality always present with Bernhardt. Their patio sets are unlike anything else on the market.



Padma’s plantation takes sustainability seriously. Their line has evolved from sustainable natural materials like bamboo and water hyacinth to case goods made from reclaimed woods. Their styles are fun and versatile, trending from rustic modern to Paris bistro to traditional.


Ralph table / Boca chairs:

Castelle has been showcasing their handcrafted luxury outdoor furniture for over 40 years. The customizability of the lines is perfect for one-of-a-kind patios that will be the envy of the neighborhood. They have a vast array of options for fabric, metal and wood finishes, tabletops, and accessories.



North Cape – Universal:

Lane Venture is a luxury brand that combines high style with superior quality. Their drainable cushions dry quickly and come in exclusive fabrics. For a truly curated look, these collections will bring your patio to the next level.




Summer Classics sets itself apart with options like cast and wrought aluminum frames, nano-ceramic pre-wash for a more durable powder coat paint and UV-resistant resin wicker. Their pieces are versatile, and the various lines will complement any backyard.



Lexington offers the kind of customization that will make a space feel truly unique. You can choose from 175 all-weather performance fabrics in many colors and patterns, including designer options like trim and fringe. Their outdoor line runs the gamut from traditional to modern, so there’s something for every style.

South Beach by Tommy Bahama:

Tres Chic:


Jensen Leisure Furniture is a fantastic line if you’re looking for something of quality craftsmanship and made from sustainably sourced materials. They use FSC-certified Ipe, which is insect and decay resistant like teak, but is almost four times harder than teak and so dense it doesn’t float in water.

Jensen – Coral Line: