It’s far nicer (and easier) when things are in your own language.Right now, we speak a few, but we’re learning more all the time…
Made from all-weather wicker or powder-coated metal, with arms or without.
Low-lined and understated. This is a chair that lets your table be the feature. And, as simple as it seems, Toulston’s surprisingly comfy too.
Stanway is all about the woven texture, made from a material that’ll stand up to the weather but that looks just like natural willow, with a matte, dark grey finish.
Intricately woven and full of texture, Harrington’s a classic design that, ironically, is happiest when paired with a contemporary table.
We love high contrasts, even in the garden. Enter Monaco. Think crisp lines inspired by townhouse architecture that are just as elegant in the country.
There are two sides to Provence. Whether it’s petite and pretty, designed with tea for two in mind. Or high-backed and well-cushioned, for get-togethers of any size.
Cadiz is pared-back but traditional, with a flared profile and curved backrest that’s designed for gathering around a circular table.