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Market Finds for the Great Outdoors

Nature-inspired decor pieces from Atlanta’s Spring Gift, Home Furnishings & Holiday Market

WHERE THERE’S FIRE The French Barrel Oak Contempo Fire table from American Fyre looks and feels like wood but is built to withstand the elements. Burn media includes logs, stones, glass, propane or natural gas, $2,240. americanfyredesigns.com


SHADY PROPOSITION An umbrella is a must for a sunny deck or patio, and Treasure Garden innovates with its 10-foot octagonal tilting Lotus design. When closed, it retracts upward like a lotus flower, $835. treasuregarden.com


SOFT LANDING Outdoor seating areas get fresh updates with colorful patterned pillows. Surya’s jacquard-weave lattice pattern design is in weather-resistant Sunbrella fabric. Available as a 16-inch square or a 13-by-19-inch oblong, $90, or a 20-inch square, $129. surya.com


TAKE A SEAT Clean lines and deep cushions are a hallmark of Kannoa’s wicker armchair, which has a powder-coated aluminum finish with UV protection. Customizable in a range of colors and cushion choices, this version is $1,612. kannoa.com


LIGHTEN UP Eangee’s stylish and sustainable outdoor lamps are decorated with cocoa, banyan and jackfruit leaves, dyed and hand applied by artisans in the Philippines. The Leaflet design is $195.80. wayfair.com


TURNING THE TABLES Natural-looking “live-edge” tables add drama to the dining room. Castelle gives the idea a twist with a version in cast aluminum for outdoor entertaining, $5,163. A 108-inch style with fire pit is $6,762. castelleluxury.com


PLAY IT AGAIN On floors, walls and furnishings, reclaimed wood is warm and welcoming. This cocktail table from A&B Home Inc. is made of handcrafted repurposed Chinese fir. 28 inches tall, 39 inches in diameter, $1,500. fantasticdecor.com


KNOCK ON WOOD It looks like walnut, but this platter from Merritt is made of durable high-end melamine. The collection of dinnerware and serving pieces also comes in rosewood, acacia and driftwood, $11.50 to $36. thebarringtongarage.com

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