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The SWINGME hanging lounge by Daniel Pouzet for Dedon.

Birch Lane’s Eastvale Patio Umbrella.

The Crescent Lounge by TUUCI.

Belmont, a fiberglass pergola from Brown Jordan.

Country Casual Teak’s eucalyptus pavilion.

Shore Style Made In The Shade

Shelter from the sun’s rays in style

Shore Style Made In The Shade WARM WOOD  Country Casual Teak’s eucalyptus pavilion is 13 feet wide and nine feet at its peak, with a crank-operated oyster canopy and optional, weather-resistant acrylic walls. Pictured with the Seneca teak seating collection. $4,750. countrycasualteak.com

SUSPENDED ANIMATION  The SWING ME hanging lounge by Daniel Pouzet for Dedon pairs a basket-like frame with a graceful canopy made of polypropylene or acrylic blended with cotton, linen or tweed. Available in Natural or Chalk (pictured) at Dedon. $4,250, including canopy. dedon.de

UNDER MY UMBRELLA   Birch Lane’s Eastvale Patio Umbrella boasts colorful Sunbrella fabrics, an easy-turn crank handle, and tilt functions. It spans nine feet when open. $202. birchlane.com

LAP OF LUXURY  The Crescent Lounge by TUUCI offers plush cushioning for shade lovers. Sunbrella fabric covers the frame, while a vent in the top ensures airflow. Available through Design Within Reach and AmericanEye. Price on request. tuuci.com

CLEAN + SPARE  Simple lines characterize Belmont, a fiberglass pergola from Brown Jordan. Its concrete footings stand on grass or concrete while rafters filter sunlight; available in seven column options and finishes. From $5,900 for a 12-by-12-foot structure. brownjordan.com

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