With snow blanketing much of the country, Punxsutawney Phil made his annual February prediction: Spring is not far away. Armchair gardeners everywhere are rejoicing as the catalogs of flowers and bulbs begin appearing in their mailboxes, and daydreaming about the warmer weather ahead, even if it’s with a cup of hot chocolate in hand. We launched the initial Tommy Bahama® indoor home furnishings line nearly 13 years ago, and we’re proud to say the iconic brand has grown into the most successful and well-recognized in its category. Key to its success has been the concept of bringing the outdoors inside. So it just made sense to work in the opposite direction by creating Tommy Bahama Outdoor Living. And the eight lifestyle collections—with 160 pieces of deep seating and sectionals, outdoor dining, bistro tables, bars, fire pits and occasional tables—are just the thing to inspire anyone whose thoughts are turning toward decorating for outdoor living in the coming season. From a design standpoint, one of the things that sets Tommy Bahama Outdoor furnishings apart is the incredible assortment of outdoor fabrics and trims we offer that will help you personalize the look of your outdoor living space. The design team has made it incredibly easy to mix and match fabrics for a true designer result by coordinating groups of correlating fabrics. In fact, you can choose from 175 all-weather performance fabrics with the same soft hand, rich colors and vibrant patterns as our indoor upholstery, complete with trims and fringes. Performance fabrics are those that will stand up to wind and elements. The fabrics are made with color-fast dyes that are highly resistant to fading from UV exposure, and durable finishes offer superior stain and water resistance. In other words, the fabrics in these collections are as easy care as they are great looking. After all, what good would an outdoor paradise be, if you spent more time worrying about its upkeep than relaxing in it? Thinking warm thoughts about kicking back in your own outdoor paradise this Spring? Here are a few of our favorite correlating fabric combos to get you started:  



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