Riviera Sectional Outdoor Bench

With the summer now at its fullest outside areas are a very nice way to spend some quality time with your friends or alone reading a good book and enjoying the sun. For this special place this particular seating set is a must have. Why is that? Well first, this thing can accommodate a bunch of friends who gathered at your place for a barbeque as well as accommodating you lied down bathing in sun rays. The frame is made of lightweight aluminum so it’s rustproof; you’ll never have to worry about staining all the cushions with rust when suddenly starts to rain. The classical lines and the antique bronze finish make it perfect for any back yard. The thick cushions are sold separately and they are made after a special “recipe” of water repellent, ring-spun polyester canvas.

The cushion covers can be removed easily and machine washed every time you feel like. Although this design has strong European influences I can find similarities between this and some oriental pieces. The things I think they have in common is represented by the size; generously proportioned seats and back rests, plenty of small decorative pillows  and the fact that is made in an L- shape not to high above the ground convinced me of the oriental influences. Probably you can find this type of design in southern France, southern Italy and probably Greece. Places that have small foreign design influences from across the Mediterranean Sea.Available from EUR2222.79.

Published by in Outdoor, on July 4th, 2012


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