Vitra Coconut Easy Chair by George Nelson. A typical 1950s design, the Coconut Chair stands out for its humorous touch, formal clarity and minimal use of materials. The plastic seat shell is white while the single-section upholstery comes in either black leather or black hopsack fabric. The natural shape of this design creates an inviting and comfortable armchair that allows the freedom to sit in countless different positions.
Tamarin Robinia Extending Garden Table. Robinia wood is an excellent alternative to teak. It is an extremely strong and durable wood which makes it perfect for outdoor use. Over time the wood will develop a warmer and slightly browner tone. The Tamarin Table has galvanised steel fittings and effortlessly extends from W120-240cm. Matching side chair and armchair are also available.
Ligne Roset Petite Sieste Indiana Leather. A very comfortable and practical reclining armchair. With its compact dimensions, it can easily be combined with other furniture. This armchair has three positions: sitting, relaxed, and siesta (the body completely horizontal) and features an adjustable head rest. The Petite Sieste as a firm and supportive sit with comfort provided by elasticated webbing overlaid with Bultex foam and fibre. Twin needled stitching detail is applied to arms and feature stitching to seat and back cushions, as well as head-rest and foot-rest.