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About Barlow Tyrie

A mainstay in the outdoor furniture market since 1920, Barlow Tyrie creates elegant, timeless styles that work both indoors and outside the home. The company’s teak dining sets (made from sustainable wood grown on the island of Java), backless benches and swing seats, stay-all-day poolside loungers and colorful parasols are equal parts cozy and contemporary. Highlights of Barlow Tyrie’s leisure-friendly collection include Cove — designer Vladimir Kagan’s series of woven chairs and tables — and Equinox: a line of table sets framed with marine-grade stainless steel. Founded by London-based furniture makers Frederick Barlow and Victor Tyrie, Barlow Tyrie remains family-owned.

Past Sales Featuring Barlow Tyrie

Sale Ended July 20, 2010

Barlow Tyrie

When it comes to outdoor furniture, Barlow Tyrie is the company to keep. The 90-year-old British manufacturer puts an equal emphasis on materials and design, as evident in the elegant yet durable Virage collection, a series of seats and tables featuring marine-grade aluminum frames and solid teak slats. Take special note of the woven Cove armchair and table, created by famed Modern designer Vladimir Kagan. The pieces work equally well indoors, and stand up to both rain and spills with ease.

Sale Ended March 26, 2011

Barlow Tyrie

This 90-year-old British company puts an equal emphasis upon materials and form, with its pieces working equally well indoors and out. Case in point: the elegant-yet-durable Eclipse collection, a series of chairs, loungers, and tables featuring aluminum frames and solid teak slats. Also take note of the Cove dining table by legendary Modern designer Vladimir Kagan.

Sale Ended April 09, 2011

Instant Makeover: Porch

Created by famed Modern designer Vladimir Kagan, the wicker Dune two-seat settee will make you want to kick back and watch the world go by. Add to the scenery with earthy lighting fixtures from Allsop Home & Garden and glass- and tableware from the artisans at Novica.