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EMILY chair & coffee table
Picture yourself knitting out on the balcony, you are comfortably seated on the Emily chair, you are relaxed and you don’t feel back pain even after a long while. Your are listening to your favorite podcast, sometimes you reach out to the Emily coffee table to have a sip of tea and have a look to the knitting pattern 🧶🎧
This is what we would choose to decor our balcony for a perfect knitting session: our chair would be fire red with red rope and the strawberry and orchid combo for the coffee table.
📐: designed by Studioventotto
💡: comfortable and ergonomic, good option for small spaces
🧱: the seats combine the rigidity of inox steel with the softness of rope
🎨: available in 22 colours
SYMPLE pot holder
Selection number 2 is for you, plant mama! 🌼🌷🌻
A couple of Symple pot holders, can’t miss on your outdoor space. Your plants will stand out on this pedestal! Pair them by colour or size, or be playful and choose them different
We would go for the combo option and choose the mid-size in honey tone and the taller one sunset shade.
Our suggestion: keep one platform empty to hold many different objects occasionally (even craft supplies maybe! 🖌✂️🔨)
📐: designed by Atelier Nanni
💡: three legged and simple design, make perfect use of limited space = more plants!
🧱: inox steel
🎨: three different sizes, available in 22 colours
“We have espoused a production philosophy: to furnish outdoor spaces with the same care and attention that is usually devoted to indoors.”
Oscar Romanello – founder of Castil
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