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Contemporary Styling Highlighted in Castelle’s Hermosa and Sunrise

Monday, August 28, 2017

Castelle, award-winning designer and manufacturer of handcrafted luxury outdoor furnishings, introduces two new additions to its 2018 contemporary lines – the Hermosa and Sunrise collections. Each collection features crisp angles, curves and graphic elements that capture contemporary chic at its finest. The collections deliver an unparalleled quality with a cast- and extruded-aluminum construction, and a durable multi-stage powder-coat finishing.

Hermosa collection

The Hermosa collection captures elegance through its lines and angles with a unique intersecting ribbon design prominently featured on the sides of all seating in the collection. Delivering a slender profile, the Hermosa Collection is the ideal seating option for any size outdoor space. The dual finish arm frame design also adds interest to all seating.

Sunrise collection.

A large inverted hourglass design highlights the seating arms of the Sunrise collection, conveying a modern appeal for luxury outdoor living. In addition to dining and seating options, the Sunrise collection’s lounge pieces include a sectional with multiple configurations.

“The Hermosa and Sunrise collections are synonymous with the contemporary look and luxury appeal for which the Castelle brand currently is being recognized,” said Derek Ritzel, president and CEO, Castelle. “Alongside the new traditional and transitional styles, these collections are a reflection of our design team’s efforts to provide diversity in casual furnishings that benefit our retail partners and ultimately their customers.”

The Hermosa and Sunrise Collections will be on display during the Casual Market Chicago in the Castelle showroom #1576 of the Merchandise Mart from Sep. 12–15, 2017.

www.castelleluxury.com

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