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Since 1977, we have worked with clients to transform outdoor spaces into beautiful, functional settings. Our furniture specialists are experts in recommending pieces to best fit any requirements, including developing custom furniture and providing detailed specifications. Explore the results of some of these partnerships in our showcase below.
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- The Warner Building
This office/retail building is in the Northwest part of Washington, DC.
* Featuring the Chelmsford Teak Dining Table and Clifton Arm Chairs
- Bay Forest
Bay Forest offers woods and water in a masterfully planned community with first-class amenities close to the beach.
* Featuring the Windermere Large-Scale Bench
- Brookside Gardens
With its colorful plantings, shimmering ponds, and breathtaking landscapes, it is often called the jewel of Montgomery Parks.
* Featuring the Windermere Bench
- Chevy Chase Recreational Association
This neighborhood pool and tennis club includes a historic house and gardens.
* Featuring Adirondack Chairs
- Clyde's of Willow Creek Farm
Clyde's is a family of restaurants that believe it's all about fresh ingredients, friendly people, and an unforgettable atmosphere.
* Featuring the Calypso Dining Tables and Chairs and the Windermere Circular Bench
- The Washington Post Offices
Founded in 1877, today the Post is the largest paper in the D.C. Metro area and is known for its political coverage.
* Featuring the Calypso Sectional and Square Teak Umbrellas
- Woodmont Country Club
Founded more than 100 years ago, this private, member-owned club offers dining, golf, tennis, swimming, fitness, and more.
* Featuring the Windsor Bench
- The National Cathedral
The cathedral of the Episcopal Church and has been designated as a National House of Prayer by Congress.
* Features Monarch Benches
- Smithsonian Castle
The castle is the orientation center for the Smithsonian Museum and is surrounded by two exhibition gardens showcasing plants, 19th century garden furniture, seasonal plantings and fountains.
* Featuring the Lutyens Bench