Aren’t we lucky to have so many beautiful options to style our outdoor spaces? So much so, they truly are rooms of their own.
To help with the decision process of styling our outdoor space, I’ve team up with Australian-owned luxury furniture brand, Harbour 1976, to share four stylish looks for the warmer months!
Australian owned and operated luxury lifestyle furniture brand Harbour 1976 specialise in modern, sustainable and durable outdoor and indoor furniture collections inspired by Australia’s iconic coastline suburbs and beaches.
Since 1976, the Condos family has handcrafted furniture in their Sydney workshop, so let’s hear it from them to discover four key design directions for the months (and years!) ahead…
Give it some space
Make Marie Kondo proud, don’t overcrowd your outdoor space with too much unnecessary clutter. Instead, select statement furniture pieces that highlight the space, such as the low-slinging Hollywood Chair, which mixes sustainably harvested teak with brass accents, or the inviting, yet bold Pacific Sun Lounge.
Keep it relaxed
Make your guests (and yourself) feel at home in your outdoor sanctuary. Deep-seated chairs with oversized cushions are a perfect excuse to retreat from the dinner table into a more relaxed setting. The Balmain Arm Chair and Breeze XL 2 Seat Sofa are as comfortable as they look, with their luxurious large seating and back cushions wrapped in stain-resistant Sunbrella fabric, making the post-party clean-up a breeze!
Durability is key
Make the good times last with durable furniture that doesn’t compromise on looks. With Australia’s coastal environments, ask what maintenance your furniture requires before you buy. Pieces such as the Piano Dining Table are able to stand the test of time with no risk of fading, thanks to UV resistant features.
Keep it fun
Experiment with different settings to suit your style and reflect your mood. Pick furniture pieces that are original, versatile and won’t get lost in the crowd. The Piano Chaise leads by example with its ability to couple with any other lounge piece in the Piano collection, or become a standalone feature for post-dinner drinks.
Watch the video of these looks being created here – and let me know your favourite style below!