Gondola Garden Settee

If you ever wonder what is the most romantic city in the world and make a poll, I bet Venice will be in top five. That is because all the atmosphere in this city, with all those small canals and gondolas and the moon casting its light in the waves. I am telling you, everybody wants to go to Venice at least once in a lifetime. But why wouldn’t you bring Venice to your back yard? Ot at least a gondola. This Gondola Garden Settee is inspired by the Italian boat and looks amazing, bringing a bit of freshness and personality to your garden or patio.

This beautiful piece of furniture is designed by Elinor McGuire  and manufactured by McGuire professionals in a long and well kept tradition. That is why the product is impeccable. Gondola Garden Settee has beautiful curved arms that make it look like a gondola. It also has X – braces on the back rest and this makes it a bit stronger, which is a great feature for outdoor furniture. Speaking of which, it is made of a durable, yet lightweight material – tubular aluminum tubing. Then the frame is covered by a layer of paint in Cayenne or seashell white and finally the comfortable cushion is added. The latest one is made of cloth or leather in white or grey, whatever fits you best. The settee is available for $3,110.

Published by in Outdoor, on March 25th, 2012


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