Today I’m sharing six uniquely designed outdoor furniture finds I like. Outdoor chairs that will surely start a conversation about them upon first glance. They are definite eye catchers and I wouldn’t mind having one of these in my garden, if I had one. Let’s play musical chairs and talk outdoor drool-worthy furniture.
from left to right, top to bottom…
1. The Crinoline arm chair with high backrest designed by Italian designer Patricia Urquiola for B&B Italia. A seat made of natural fibers and bronze string and in soft shapes and forms.
2. Scandanavian design and an ethnic, African style are intertwined in this Zulumama chair from Swalaline. It’s a mix of traditional South African basket crafts with industrial materials. The chair is made with a steal construction and constructed of ultraviolet-resistant extruded plastic made from recycled milk bottles, are handwoven in the Limpopo region. It also comes in bright green , yellow, pink, black and brown.
3. The InOut from Gervasoni is an interplay of materials, shapes and colors. Made of teak and hand woven polyethylene, this chair is the chair to sit outside and enjoy a good book and glass of wine.
4. The Kettal Maia egg swing is designed by Milan-based designer Patricia Urquiola. Made of fiber and an alluminium frame, and available in different colours. My dream chair!
5. The Loop Relax Bed from Varaschin is all about curvaceous, sensual shapes. The textural, hand-woven structure is complemented by a rounded stainless steel frame.
6. Barcelona-based brand Lobster’s Day creates chic, high-end furniture with an edge. This modern and edgy turquoise chair is made from fiberglass. Influenced by alternative cultural currents and iconic mid-twentieth century design, the handmade piece will make a statement on terraces, and in gardens. It’s inspired by the classic forms of the ‘50s design and the exuberance of the hip hop culture of the late ‘70s.