Bitta modular patio furniture by Spanish company Kettal

Spring and summer is the time of year when people get their grills out and dust off the patio furniture so that they can entertain outdoors in the warm weather. I know that Christmas is closer, but I was impressed by this modular patio furniture by Spanish company Kettal.The Bitta weatherproof furniture with aluminium frames can also be used indoors creating a contemporary look in our living room.

All the materials used in making this kind of furniture are totally weatherproof, as they do not deteriorate or disintegrate in warm weather or when it rains or it’s freezing. The frame is made of aluminum, which is both resistant enough to support the whole structure and also lightweight in order to allow you to move the furniture yourself without needing too much help for this.

Then the cover of the seats is made of breaded polyester that looks good and is water resistant, too. They also use stone and teak for the table tops and some other similar materials. The design is amazing looking like a bird’s nest that offers the protection and comfort that you need. It looks like braided ropes used by sailors , hence the name Bitta that means “mooring” in Italian. Quite a nice collection.



Published by in Outdoor, on November 18th, 2010

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