When they began designing furniture in 1948, John and Elinor McGuire were committed to creating pieces that are as durable as they are architecturally unique. Through collaborations with notable designers such as Thomas Pheasant and Barbara Barry, the line has stayed true to that vision and heritage.
Each McGuire piece is handmade by trained artisans who bend, weave, and form every chair, table, and accessory. The collection, known for superior detailing, is handwoven on aluminum frames that have been hand-welded and ground down, creating the smoothest look possible. Interested in teak furniture?
Fun fact: McGuire bathes its teak furniture in the sun for three days to achieve an even glow and tone.
McGuire pieces are primed to withstand whatever summer has in store, whether it’s salt spray, wind, or summer rain. With furniture constructed with extra-thick aluminum and the same powder coating that’s used for stadium seating and lampposts, you’ll never have to worry about your outdoor furniture again.