Crafted of equal parts design, quality and value, RH has expanded its outdoor products with a huge range of new offerings, solidifying the brand as tried-and-true for both inside and outside of the home.

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santiago.jpgWith over 40 collections, the 2024 outdoor sourcebook is practically a one-stop shop for all outdoor furniture needs. Crafted in gorgeous materials such as teak, aluminum, all-weather wicker and high-quality upholstery, the products have been brought to life by some of the world’s top designers. “Our 2024 Outdoor collection blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor living, presenting a level of design, quality, taste and style unrivaled in today’s market,” says RH chairman and CEO Gary Friedman. “We are proud to introduce our latest Sourcebook, and the innovative global designers and artisan manufacturers we have partnered with. Together, we are pushing boundaries and imagining a new and inspiring way to live outdoors.”

maro.jpgWe particularly love Gemini, a gorgeous seating collection crafted by architect and designer Claudio Bellini, for its organic curves and intricate lattice wicker that allows light to shine through. Other highlights include the new Santiago collaboration between Thomas Bina and Ronald Sasson, in which Brazilian modernism shines through rounded teak and aluminum forms matched juxtaposed with inset panels of cane.

nusa.jpgThose seeking to invoke the Mediterranean coast should opt for Nusa, the debut collection from Isabel Rojo and Victor Regarra that has us dreaming of warmer days through its breezy handwoven all-weather wicker. Or for a statement, Maro’s open teak frame accentuated by all-weather rope brings the natural world to your backyard.

gemini.jpgThe 2024 RH outdoor collection also includes high-quality TUUCI umbrellas and canopy shades. Inspired by luxury racing yachts, these marine-grade shade structures are engineered to last for years to come. The entire collection can be viewed and shopped here. tucci.jpg