Outdoor furniture with a natural yarn and teak aesthetic
March 19th, 2013
In the early ’90s, it was Belgian pioneers Tribu who first saw the terrace and the garden as an extension of the house.
Now, this family business has grown to become an internationally recognized brand, leading the world in exclusive, high-end outdoor furniture and distributed in more than 50 countries worldwide.
The Tribu Mood Collection is airy and eye-catching, designed by Studio Segers. Pleated bands made from weather-resistant, environmentally-friendly yarn makes this outdoor furniture look amazingly natural.
The rich teak frame, contrasting with the darker pleated bands, immediately creates an intimate atmosphere and gives a patio or verandah an air of Colonial stateliness.
The generous seating size also offers room for plenty of colourful and cosy dec cushions.
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