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Stylistically speaking, Jardin de Ville’s BG1 collection has scope. The collection features crescent-backed chairs for dining and lounging, deep, boxy club chairs, stacking chairs, three types of ottomans (one for a recliner), a variety of tables with wheels, a demi-lune that acts as a side piece or an extension, a love seat and a lounger. One could purchase this entire collection and, in situ, it wouldn’t read as a “collection”; it’s more like a cross section of 18th-century France and French moderne. Despite the fact that every piece is made from aluminum (the chairs have mesh siding), BG1 feels eclectic and effortless, like a collection amassed over time; it’s neither uniform, nor disjointed. Now that’s sophistication. jardindeville.com