When it comes to sun loungers, you are spoilt for choice. And when style, elegance and class come together, the result is sheer luxury
Like most speciality products, certain leading brand names set the trends for each season, and this is no less the case in the world of garden furniture. Arteleya, Royal Botania and Gandía Blasco are three of the most influential, and their designer know-how extends to sun beds and sun loungers. Their grace any exterior space with a sense of elegance and luxury and speak volumes about their stylish homeowners.
The Wave, by Swedish designers Erik Nyberg and Gustav Ström at Royal Botania, is a self-supporting hammock with an integrated canopy. As you recline into the Wave, the ergonomic design wraps you in the sumptuous embrace of its luxurious soft mattress and headrest, available in different fabrics and colourways. The structure is made of stainless steel and Batyline mesh fabric.
Halfway between a lounger and a sofa, Jasmine is part of Arteleya’s Cosy collection. It combines a chic aluminium inner frame with quick-drying foam and an anthracite covering made of the innovative materials olefin and textilene that can withstand sun and humidity.
Arteleya’s Hummel (and Hummel Plus) is a cross between a lounger and a Balinese bed, ideal for a deluxe siesta whilst elegantly shielded from the sun and wind. It is made of synthetic braided resin, known as synthetic rattan, which looks surprisingly like natural fibre but is resistant to salt water, chlorine, and weathering.
If you prefer a more conventional-looking sun lounger, Arteleya’s Serpentes S and L boast stylised curves and ergonomic design. They are also made of synthetic braided resin topped with a cool, white mattress. Their wavy steel structure offers optimum comfort for sunbathing, reading, or doing absolutely nothing… in style.
Arteleya’s Stainless Collection 2023 helps you recline in comfort with its Luca and Martini lines. The framework on the Luca lounger is made of high-quality stainless steel with adjustable natural teak armrests. The covering is made of Textilene, a tear-proof, UV-resistant, breathable material that stays cool even in the burning sun. For a more avant-garde design, look no further than the curved frame of the Martini swing lounger.