07/06/2019 / Editorial staff
Summer is coming and we want to have our terrace more than ready, but have you stopped to think what is the best material to furnish it? We want to create a natural space, where we can relax and unwind, but often we overlook the material from which the furniture is made. To connect with the environment and create totally natural ambiences we just need to know our materials well. These are our three green alternatives.
Nature in its purest form
Natural fibres are the perfect material for your outdoor furniture. They provide freshness and are very light. Go for these this summer and transport yourself to the Mediterranean in a blink of an eye. The Dewi chair with an especially original half-moon shaped back, is designed to improve your posture and offer you comfortable and pleasant moments of relaxation.
With regards to the materials used, its design incorporates the use of natural rattan which is very durable and very light. If you prefer to stretch out in the sun, we offer you the Iami armchair with footrest, also made of natural rattan and white metal. Keep calm and enjoy the sunshine.
Be bold with cement
Resistance, durability and modernity. We are talking about cement, a trend full of elegance. Only suitable for the most daring. You can start with the Loa set, two super versatile plant pots that will help you add a touch of green. If you want to fully embrace this trend, we recommend the Sari collection, made up of the Sari round table with matching footrests and side tables. These are no ordinary tables. What makes them so special is their removable table top, ideal for having extra storage space. Achieve the complete look and show off your ability to add character to any space.
Wood, a classic
Teak wood is a very common material for outdoor use. Furniture made with this wood is very resistant. If we want to create a completely rustic look, which stands out for its simplicity, naturalness and harmony, we should combine the Komet table with the Kolman chairs. Add character to your terrace with a unique and handmade piece, the Itsy footrest made of natural fibre and with teak wood feet. The details are very important!
As you can see, outdoor furniture and its materials have evolved a lot and adapted to new trends. Nowadays, finding sustainable pieces for your outdoor spaces is only a matter of wanting to. Remember, the materials used in our furniture are a reflection of who we are. Help us to support natural techniques and materials to be ever more responsible with the environment. Long live the outdoors!