Toronto Wicker Furniture Ideas

outdoor wicker sectional furniture on Toronto rooftopThis Toronto rooftop was completed by Terra Firma Design. The wicker sectional shows beveled armrests in a clean modern style, which is re-enforced with off white fabric on the cushions. The coffee table can also be used as ottoman. A great feature allowing you to put your feet up after a hard work day. Custom seating is added, putting the focus on enjoying the view. A simplistic outdoor rug provides more comfort and ties the space together into a beautiful and cozy entertaining area. Now, bring up your friends for some drinks and snacks. The Toronto skyline does the rest!

 

patio furniture on deck in torontoAnother great design comes from Joel Loblaw Landscape Architects & Designers. In this North York home, they have chosen an espresso wicker sofa and complement it with fabric outdoor chairs as well as an ultra modern stainless steel coffee table. The same style repeats in the background with the dining table. They grey of the cushions on the outdoor wicker sofa finds repetition in the dining chairs. Gray tones are very much en vogue these days in patio furniture. They complement well with other colours found outside. Perfect how the designer tied them in with the colour of the deck and the black fence.

luxury wicker patio furniture backyard design TorontoThe Landmark Group has hit this one on the head. They describe it as a contemporary landscape project. The complete scope includes pool, hot tub, outdoor cabana, outdoor kitchen, shower and outdoor lighting. An entertainers dream in a multi million dollar home. The sofas are large deep seating couches made with all-weather poly wicker. The coarse natural look weave makes them appear quite rustic, while the grey tones of the cushions and throw pillows add a hint of modern. The extra wide armrests underline the elegance of the custom setting and the gas fireplace creates the perfects ambiance for any gathering with family or friends.

 

toronto wicker furniture on deckToronto Custom Decks is responsible for this backyard. The beautiful wood stain deck lends the garden a warm feel, even with cooler weather. For the patio furniture they move to white and grey wicker, making sure the colours stand off nicely from the deck. The modern design of the wicker sofas and armchairs is unique. The sides and back are high as to protect the person sitting in them. Once gain the material is a durable resin, making the furniture ideal for outside use all year round. Noteworthy detail is the outdoor light that cantilevers from a corner of the patio over into the centre of the peaceful lounging set.

 

Toronto wicker furniture by VelagoToronto  retailer Velago Patio Furniture is a specialist for wicker outdoor lounges and sofas. Their Maxima set comes in a matt grey flat resin wicker. The surface has a lightly roughed texture, making the furniture  ultimately trendy and an object of desire for the modernist designer and home owner. The set comes with a 3-seater sofa, an armchair and a modular 4-seater. The modularity gives you the option of turning it into a sectional with a corner, or to form other seating arrangements if needed. Coffee table and side table provide the necessary convenience.

 


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3 Responses to Toronto Wicker Furniture Ideas

  1. Triconville says:

    They really look nice, wicker adds life to the place :)

  2. Betsy MacKinnon says:

    Thanks for all the wicker info . Have been searching online for days for wicker patio table with hole for umbrella and six chairs all to be left out all winter.
    Can anyone help?

    • Urs says:

      Hi Betsy. A lot of modern concept furniture relies on cantilevered umbrellas. Holes in tables are disappearing. We do not currently offer a wicker table with an umbrella hole, unfortunately. All the best!

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