RH unveils 2024 Outdoor Sourcebook

The 2024 RH Outdoor Sourcebook consists of over 40 collections over 350 pages of design with introductions by designers from across the world.

RH 2024 Outdoor Collection Byron
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The US home furnishings retailer RH (formerly Restoration Hardware) is an upmarket brand, loved by designers and celebrities, known for its seductively lavish flagship stores (‘galleries’) housed in architectural masterpieces such as Aynho Park.

The 2024 RH Outdoor Sourcebook, features outdoor furnishings in teak, aluminum, all-weather wicker and upholstery. The collections are available on RH.com and in the RH Design Galleries across North America and Europe.

RH Chairman and CEO Gary Friedman said: “Our 2024 Outdoor Collection blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor living, presenting a level of design, quality, taste and style unrivalled in today’s market. 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”.

Highlights of the 2024 Outdoor Collection

  • Vigo by designers Harrison and Nicholas Condos (Sydney), featured on the Sourcebook with its bold geometric profile, rendered in premium teak or all-weather aluminum and accented by a cylindrical bolster seat back. Byron, an adaptation of the design duo’s iconic RH Interiors collection of the same name, reflects the brand’s ethos of blurring indoors and outdoors. The statement pieces feature distinctive solid teak vertical reeding crafted by hand to seamlessly fit the continuous curves.
  • Inspired by Miami’s famed Art Deco architecture, Harrison and Nicholas Condos also introduce Bondi, defined by a circular bolster back, stacked teak or all-weather aluminium foundation and generously proportioned seat cushions for comfort.
  • Architect and designer Claudio Bellini (Milan) and son of renowned Italian designer Mario Bellini, presents Gemini with curved silhouette and generous proportions reminiscent of 1970s Italian design, handwoven in an airy all-weather wicker lattice that offers a play of light and shadow.
  • Made in the USA, TUUCI® architectural umbrellas by Founder and Chief Architect Dougan Clarke, of Miami. Inspired by luxury racing yachts, Clarke’s marine-grade umbrellas are engineered to excel, are available in various configurations, finishes, and designs including the Ocean Master Max One-Touch Cantilever. Complete with ambient LED lighting and dual infrared radiant heat.