The Sky's The Limit
We decided to shoot our outdoor collection at the iconic Battersea Power Station Development. This al fresco inspiration centres on styling outdoor pieces in a more modern setting, as, when it comes to garden furniture and accessories, urban spaces are often overlooked. Get ready for a (hopefully hot) summer in the city by dressing your terrace, patio or balcony with our durable, beautifully crafted dining sets, chairs and loungers.
The Luccombe Range
This social and symmetrical space, overlooking a panoramic view of London, is made for entertaining - be it evening drinks or al fresco brunches - and features a combination of ottomans, armless chairs and corner units in weatherproof artificial rattan. The square 'op-art' print adorning our Mesmer Cushions draws attention to the compact, clean-cut profile of the chairs whilst the scarlet tassels add a subtle pop of colour.
The Conisbrough Dining Range
Our Conisbrough range is ideal for achieving traditional country garden-style – wherever home may be. A plethora of nature-inspired elements - including a few fig-leaf shaped dining plates, faux flowers and natural coloured accessories - help create a rustic, provincial look. The range is very grand and happens to be resin-sealed, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Our Greenwich Chairs, sat at either end of the table, could also be styled indoors, if you’re clamouring for industrial-inspired interiors.
The Monterey Sunbed
If you buy one piece of outdoor furniture this year, the Monterey ought to be a contender. The impressive design could be used as a sofa or lounger; half the bed can pivot around to allow two people to recline when it's fully extended. Introduce a few patterned cushions, to complete the look, and a side table for resting books, drinks and sunglasses.
The Sandsend Range
Sat on the grounds surrounding Battersea Power Station, the Sandsend range permeates the modern landscape with a hint of classic English country garden style. The wooden table is decorated with colourful faux flowers along with a few scatter cushions and rich green accessories. A hurricane lantern makes an understated yet beautiful centrepiece and will help create atmosphere and intimacy as the evening draws to a close.
The San Sebastian Balcony Set
As you can see, the San Sebastian doesn't need much embellishment, its sleek, contemporary design and interlocking components make enough of a statement. Perfectly sized for urban spaces, the stools can be slotted into the seats which fit underneath the toughened glass-topped table. Made for outdoor dining for two or four, the off-white cushions for the seats are shallower than the cushions for the stools, meaning that all guests will be dining at the same height. A pair of sunny yellow cushions and a statement jug add colour and character.
The Polignano Lounge Set
You could plant this well designed set pretty much anywhere; whether your outside space overlooks London, a country garden or an azure coloured sea, this set will bring a ray of Mediterranean charm to your great outdoors. As shown, the seats can be turned into loungers and a few accessories have been brought outdoors, to blur the lines between the balcony and the sitting room, adding to that breezy, southern European feel.
The Marquesas Range
Bring the Balearics to your modern balcony or country escape with our elegant, eclectic Marquesas Range. Embracing relaxed island style, tangy oranges and deep charcoals pop against the crisp white curtains and seat cushions whilst the contemporary silhouettes sit proudly alongside some antique-inspired vases. The balcony and sitting room are designed to be a continuation of each other, creating a wonderfully light and spacious open-plan living area.
The Levanzo Dining Set
This set is perfect for those who like to spend every waking moment in the open air. The modular units can be configured in many ways, transforming the Levanzo into loungers, sofas or a set of armchairs. The accompanying table is a good size, so it could be used as either a coffee or dining table. As the balcony isn't short on greenery, colour has been used sparingly. Tribal-inspired blankets and rugs weave plenty of texture into the look whilst making the set more homely and inviting.