With the arrival of spring, terraces and gardens are transformed into real living rooms. Zoom on the materials and trendy colors of your armchairs, deckchairs, tables and other essentials.
The garden furniture plays the card of design and comfort. He relies on chic and technical synthetic materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, Textilene and Batyline. The combination of these 4 works wonders.
Lightweight, aluminum – in tubular version – is perfect to serve as a structure. It does not fear bad weather and does not rust. A point in common with stainless steel, whose robustness ensures longevity of around ten years, without specific treatment. Its plus: thanks to it, chairs and armchairs are stacked. Space saving guaranteed.
Textilene and Batyline are essential for the seats of chairs, armchairs, deckchairs and sunbeds. The polyester canvas coated with PVC (Textilene) displays strength and flexibility. So that its colors do not tarnish over time, it is better to offer it an anti-UV treatment. And to maintain it on a daily basis, a little soapy water is sufficient.
Indispensable in the world of outdoor furniture, Batyline textile has become a must have. Why do we like it? Because it is ecological and recyclable, ultra resistant to the vagaries of time, scratches, tears, mold and even UV. Because it ventilates naturally and therefore neither fears moisture nor condensation, and because a sponge soaked in soap gives it back all its shine. What more can be said ? That it is available in plain Batyline, material effect and exceptional material, for a very contemporary aesthetic.
Blue, king of garden furniture
Synonymous with dream and travel, the color blue is one and many. Its palette ranges from soft baby blue to spectacular Majorelle blue. A touch of blue and here we are on the shores of the Mediterranean or a mountain lake, in the sky, on a Greek island, in Marrakech… Blue is escape. With it, it is easy to create a seaside and vacation atmosphere. It is essential everywhere and dresses the garden furniture of course but also the parasols, the cushions, the jars and the pots.
whether it is turquoise, sky, indigo, ultramarine, lavender, navy, petroleum, it boosts our imagination and opens up distant horizons. A prophet in his country, the blue lagoon stands out. It evokes the seascapes and beaches of the Caribbean. Associated with its complementary color, orange, it creates dynamic atmospheres, full of good humor.
With white, it takes on classicism and becomes more timeless.