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Outdoor Spaces that Break Indoor Design Boundaries

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The boundaries between interior and exterior are fading away, largely due to the sophistication of pieces and materials. Get outdoors as often as possible to help inspire the inside of your home.

  1. OUTDOOR

Conquer the outdoors by choosing furnishings that (besides being comfortable and durable) are attractive and super adaptable. We no longer have to just live with them; now we can show them off with pride.

Costes armchairs and table by Ethimo

1.Solanas with Dekton designed by Daniel Germani by Cosentino collection by Gandía Blasco. 2. Allaperto Camping Chic chaise lounge by Ethimo. 3. Costes armchairs and table by Ethimo

  1. AUTUMN SUN

Terraces, patios and gardens aren’t just for spring and summer anymore. The same furnishings paired with different accessories and plans—whether they be fabrics or afternoon tea with scones—allow us to squeeze more life from our outdoor spaces, regardless of the season.

Design by Gandia Blasco with Dekton by Cosentino’s table

Center: Charlotte with Dekton by Cosentino table by Pure Designs. 1. Deck chair with Dedar fabric by Ethimo. 2. Reverse Lounge table by Andreu World. 3. DNA Teak armchairs by Gandía Blasco. 4. Saler chaise lounge by Gandía Blasco.

  1. ALL THE RIGHT LINES

Just as within the home we opt for lines that are as beautiful as they are functional, we should also lean toward outdoor designs heaped in style and state-of-the-art materials—”in&out” pieces that could easily be put into play in either context.

Solanas chair with Dekton designed by Daniel Germani for Gandia Blasco

Opposite: Solanas chair with Dekton designed by Daniel Germani for Gandia Blasco. 1. Roll chairs by Patricia Urquiola for Kettal. 2. Nerja collection armchairs and table by Arkimueble. 3. Timeless armchair by Gandía Blasco.

  1. RENEW NATURE

Teak and other tropical woods; wicker, rattan, or bamboo; linen, cotton, wool; coated aluminum; natural stone… today’s options are growing exponentially. But, if the objective is to expand the house, there is no better way than to blend it into nature.

Kilt chair by Ethimo

Center: Kilt chair by Ethimo. 1. Esedra sunbed by Ethimo. 2. Mbrace armchair by Sebastian Herkner for Dedon. 3. Mullbacka lamp, in bamboo and plastic by IKEA. 4. Hanging Egg Chair from the Icons collection by Sika Design.


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