John and Elinor McGuire are the undisputed champions of California-casual style, an aesthetic that is relaxed yet elegant, modern yet unpretentious.

Launched in 1948 in San Francisco, McGuire has carved a legacy where passion and painstaking process are the mainstay of their philosophy. Still today, artisans bend, shape, weave, sew and cast materials such as rattan and rawhide, bamboo, teak leather and bronze into indoor and outdoor furniture that is perfectly proportioned.  Leaders in rattan technology and retaining the patent for rawhide ties that hold their frames firmly, give McGuire furniture its renowned longevity. Subtle detail, using texture and pattern, is what defines the point of difference.

Collaborations with designers such as Barbara Barry, Jacques Garcia, Bill Sofield and Thomas Pheasant ensure a cutting-edge approach.


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