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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.
We liked the idea of taking the classic refectory table outside. So, we designed Harmondsworth. It has a slightly unusual leg shape though, which is designed so it doesn’t get in the way of your own legs.
Architecturally-inspired, just like Monaco, but for smaller outdoor spaces and tea-for-two, and with a high-shine, polished granite tabletop.
If you want a smart, architectural table, then choose a metal and stone design. If you want a rectangular shape and prefer the look of matte granite to glossy, choose Monaco.
Cadiz is a table made from all-weather wicker with a glass top, because the look of willow suits a garden setting, but you need a material and design that’s more practical.
Hudson’s a design for when you want the bold, contemporary look of concrete, brought down to earth by the warmth and texture of acacia timber.