Tait transforms any outdoors space into a modern retreat with its innovative range of furniture.
July 3rd, 2009
Tait may be celebrating its 15th year, but this company is making a louder statement than ever before as it features a new range of furniture at Saturday in Design.
The Melbourne based furniture design and manufacturing group will treat Sydneysiders to a display of their product lines, including the playful Jak and Jil collection of tables and chairs.
Specifically designed for Tait by Justin Hutchinson, the Jak and Jil set uses bold colours and clean lines to merge Australian tones with a European sensibility.
Utilizing the most advanced techniques and materials, Tait’s Jak and Jil tables and chairs are made of zinc-plated steel and are cleverly powder coated to ensure the furniture will beckon its owners to dine outdoors long into the future.
Understanding that every piece must respond to the needs of its owner, and to further enhance durability, the collection is coated specifically depending on its intended use and future environment.
Designed and manufactured in Australia, Tait’s furniture speaks to modern tastes and compliments the Aussie lifestyle.
This youthful collection exemplifies the joy and ease of outdoor living and is available in a wide range of colours and sizes to mix and match to suit any setting.
The Jak and Jil tables and chairs as well as some of Tait’s other contemporary designs, including an extended Gardenwall collection, will be presented at Saturday in Design on 1 August 2009.
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