Introduced in 1958 as a special project by
Ray Eames for a private residence being designed by Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard, the Eames Aluminum Group originally was specified as ''leisure furniture.'' Now used in various locations, their classic lines ...
Modern/Contemporary: With straight clean lines and angular cuts, contemporary and modern furniture is void of any flourishes and embellishments
Transitional: A bit softer than modern tables and less ornate than traditional design, transitional tables feel at home in any outdoor setting.
Traditional: Ranging from dark finishes and ornate craftsmanship to large intricately woven wicker pieces, traditional furniture is a stately choice
Rustic: From log furniture to Southwestern style, these tables look great on any lakefront.
Tropical/Exotic: Features carefully woven rattan designs and tropical fabrics