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A spot for fair-weather dining. In stone, metal, timber or wicker; for many or just for two.
Contemporary clean lines meet rustic, with details inspired by our love of sailing. Like the look of our Arundel collection inside? This is its other half.
Architecturally-inspired, just like Monaco, but for smaller outdoor spaces and tea-for-two, and with a high-shine, polished tabletop.
We love mixing materials, and it turns out concrete and acacia are get along brilliantly. The result is Hudson, a contemporary, bold, down-to-earth dining table.
We liked the idea of taking the classic refectory table outside. So, we designed Bordeaux. It has a slightly unusual leg shape though, which is designed so it doesn’t get in the way of your own legs.
Our metal tables take their inspiration from 19th-century architecture. Think balconies, railings and gates. So, Monaco’s full of curves and swirls, which we’ve finished off with a waxed granite top.
We love wicker in the garden – it picks up on natural textures and colours like willow and timber. We’ve also added a practical glass top to Cadiz.