Spring has sprung, summer’s on the way and it’s time to think about loungin’ and sipping cold G&Ts, poolside, patio or even on a tiny balcony. That’s why we’re offering All Richard Schultz Collection pieces for 15% off right now. You can shop ‘em all here. Want more info? That’s what I’m here for.
Richard Schultz was good pals with Florence Knoll, and back in 1966 she asked him if he could whip her up some outdoor furniture that wouldn’t rust and corrode due to the salt air and other elements. Teflon thread and powdercoating met killer classic style, and an iconic collection was born. It’s known as the Richard Schultz 1966 Collection, and it’s still going strong today. Oh, and it also has MoMA’s seal of approval, as part of its permanent collection.
Schultz’s Petal tables will stand up to the elements, but they also look fantastic indoors. They come in dining, coffee and side table versions. While the bottoms of their stands do a little bit of that “slum of table legs” thing that Florence Knoll’s other pal Eero hated so much, they still have some hot pedestal action going on.
More whimsical than his other classic pieces, Schultz took inspiration from clipped shrubs and hedges and topiaried up a fun bench that looks like an abstracted hedge. Not feeling his classic whites and tans? Don’t fret, the Topiary collection comes Daffodil Yellow, Dark Bronze, Forest Green, Onyx, Sky Blue, Terra Cotta, well and yeah, White. It also comes in a dining table version:
Here are a few more highlights from his collections:
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