We have a little sneak peek of some of the latest and greatest pieces coming to our website over the coming weeks from our fabulous manufacturers - old and new.
They have been very busy creating new and eye-catching designs for 2021 and we are avidly watching all of the virtual launches in anticipation.
Take a look below for a preview of what is to come:
Outdoor Wooden Pieces
The Safari modular collection provides all you need to create a spectacular outdoor setting with natural timber. Its thick-cut segments are extremely aesthetic and the curves are very appealing.
Marine-Grade Rope Woven Pieces
Here's a little snapshot of the marine-grade rope woven material that will be gracing some of the pieces we have in store for you. It is chunky and bold and we love it. Handwoven, it provides ultimate comfort and style.
Cleverly Crafted Wood
Look out for the clever curves of the Alexis armchair, made from a single structure that is extremely pleasing to the eye. The rounded shapes are joyful and fun and very inviting.
Delicate Metal and Wicker Combinations
The gorgeous wicker seat of the Edna side chair plays into one of the biggest trends rocking 2021 - the desire for natural and sustainable materials. The unprocessed rattan has a colour that spans from pale oak to tan, providing a wealth of uniqueness and variation to as well as resilience. Keep your eyes peeled for her arrival.
The Albero table collection is a great example of the biophilic designs trend; its shape is influenced by the blooming branches of trees, as are its materials. The unusual structure is particularly pleasing and a prime example of natural inspiration.
Brand New Finishes
Experiments with new colours are proving popular, and we will be adding new finishes to our ranges. This gorgeous pretty-in-pink sink features one of the finishes that will soon be available and has been paired here with an equally popular green.
New Rattan Pieces
More curved wood and rattan touches are visible in these chairs that will soon be visible in our range. They are elegant and deftly made, working well in a number of settings.
Designers are being very clever with their use of shapes and negative space - here is a prime example of what can be done. Ethereal in its floating form, this lounge chair showcases a technical challenge that results in lightness and simplicity.