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South Beach
by Tommy Bahama Outdoor Living

South Beach by Tommy Bahama Outdoor Living
South Beach by Tommy Bahama Outdoor Living
South Beach by Tommy Bahama Outdoor Living
South Beach by Tommy Bahama Outdoor Living
South Beach by Tommy Bahama Outdoor Living
South Beach by Tommy Bahama Outdoor Living
South Beach by Tommy Bahama Outdoor Living
Please Note: Jacksonville Furniture Mart serves the Jacksonville Areas, and servicing Gainesville, Palm Coast, Fernandina Beach area. Please contact us for delivery and price information.

Collection Description

The super modern, architectural pieces from the South Beach outdoor collection are a natural continuation of your contemporary indoor decor. Furniture from the South Beach group is clean-lined and sculptural in design. South Beach features outdoor seating, dining sets, and side tables crafted from dynamic materials like graphite-finished aluminum and genuine teak wood. Thoughtful construction and design makes for outdoor furniture that's incredibly weatherproof, from the low-maintenance teak wood to our water-resistant outdoor cushions. So whether you live in sun-soaked Miami or the temperate middle of the country, anyone can craft a contemporary patio, balcony, or rooftop.

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closeup of the finish or fabric
Natural teak wood

Features

Frames feature teak wood and graphite-finished aluminum for a modern look and superior durability
Frames feature teak wood and graphite-finished aluminum for a modern look and superior durability
Select seating features mesh sling seats in a graphite coloration
Select seating features mesh sling seats in a graphite coloration
select tables feature slate-gray stone tops
select tables feature slate-gray stone tops
Fresh cut teak (left) is compared with naturally aged teak (right) which has a light gray color and silvery patina
Fresh cut teak (left) is compared with naturally aged teak (right) which has a light gray color and silvery patina