Though well known for constructing durable outdoor furniture that will stand up to any kind of weather, Minnesota-based manufacturer Homecrest has made luxury a top priority in recent years, and their latest collections reach a new level of sophistication. With options that range from trendsetting pieces to styles that take a cue from the lasting beauty of mid-century American furniture, these 2016 offerings were designed to endure and impress.
Read on to find out what exciting advances Homecrest has made this year.
Homecrest embraced simplicity with this collection, and the results are impeccable. Thanks to their clean, fluid beauty, these pieces can be used to enhance just about any outdoor space. The manufacturer designed Elements furniture with extreme adaptability in mind, so traditionalists and tastemakers alike will appreciate the gentle curves, right angles and comfy sling fabrics on display. Whether you’re trying to complete an outdoor dining arrangement or need versatile starter pieces to get your patio layout going, Elements furniture will fit right in.
Grace Modular Collection
If you’re a designer at heart or you simply enjoy rethinking your outdoor environment day after day, Grace Modular is the collection for you. This seating was designed to be moved effortlessly around patio spaces—use these modular pieces to create complete sectionals or simply enjoy them as everyday lounge furniture. No matter what the occasion calls for, Grace chairs, loveseats and sofas can be reconfigured to suit your needs (and thanks to the generous full cushioning, you’ll be able to kick back and relax however you decide to arrange your seating).
Liberty Cushion Collection
The Liberty Collection was crafted to salute the timeless designs of mid-century American porch furniture while offering the most comfortable outdoor seating available today. While all Liberty pieces provide deep seating and the vintage-inspired charm of open, vertical slats, the collection’s clear centerpiece is the swivel rocker barrel chair. This definitive chair features a curved back that supplies enveloping cushioning and an ageless look directly influenced by the style of the first Homecrest chairs to hit the market in the 1950s.
Mode tables have an up-to-the-minute aesthetic that wouldn’t be out of place in an upscale resort but is easy to coordinate with the vast majority of contemporary patio spaces. The standout design element here is the “floating” aluminum panel top, which is suspended slightly above the base of each table to achieve a hovering look that will undoubtedly turn heads. The collection features side tables, chat tables, coffee tables and dining tables, so you can pair these picks with any of Homecrest’s modern-look seating to establish a complete outdoor lounge or dining area.