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Luxury outdoor furniture 2023

Leading outdoor furniture brands present simple lines with soft, curvy shapes in their spring-summer
2023 collections

Top names in the design and manufacture of luxury outdoor furniture like Royal Botania, Arteleya, Gandía Blasco, Tribú or Banni are all offering simple lines and sumptuous curves in their outdoor furniture for this spring-summer season.

Belgian firm, Royal Botania, presents the Mambo Lounge collection with its take on luxury terrace furniture that combines the strength and solidity of steel with the warmth and luxury feel of wood, plus the comfort of plush cushions that envelop you as you relax outdoors. What’s more, they offer a selection of up to seventy-four different fabrics, textures and colours.

Germany’s Arteleya presents Yamelia, a collection of pieces that fit together like a jigsaw puzzle. It uses synthetic braided resin, also called synthetic rattan or polyrattan, which resembles natural fibre and is braided directly onto aluminium or steel frames. Arteleya also opts for smooth curves with its elegant and versatile Bold outdoor set from the Artist Collections line. This modular collection allows you to pick and choose different combinations to suit your needs while maintaining one harmonious look. The emphasis is on comfort and ease, boasting 100% synthetic (polyacrylic) upholstery that is easy to clean and quick drying.

Spanish luxury brand Gandía Blasco presents its Mass Collection by designer Todd Bracher. Its concept is to offer great flexibility for a 360º outdoor lifestyle. This is achieved by combining organic composition and layout, warm minimalism styling, scalable flexibility and highly functional patio furniture.

The Natal Alú set by Tribú exudes the essence of Italian design with its simple but refined elegance. Its lightweight aluminium frames provide comfortable, ergonomic Batyline seating. It has thirteen modules, two frame colours and a selection of more than a hundred upholstery fabrics to choose from.

A more casual and bold approach is offered by Paolo Lenti at Banni with his Ease collection, which offers round, enveloping shapes sitting at ground level with finishes in braided textures and various shades of blue.


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