This outdoor furniture range epitomises divine design


Create envy-inspiring alfresco living spaces with outdoor furniture and accessories designed for those who appreciate the best

We love to relax and entertain outside, and we want to do it with the same level of style and comfort we demand of our indoor living areas. Depending on the location of our alfresco spaces, referencing the decor inside the home may also be a priority. Offering expert advice and an ever-evolving collection of designer furniture and accessories, Cosh Living is ideally placed to help you create beautiful, envy-inspiring spaces.

New to Cosh Living is the modular Senja sofa by Tribu, designed by Studio Segers. The highly flexible design invites you to combine a one-, two- or three-seater module with either high or low arms — and to integrate teak or glazed lava stone tables, keeping everything you need within easy reach. Senja is available with teak or powder-coated aluminium legs and either regular or deep-seated cushions.

Another recent addition to the range is the Radius collection by Manutti, which is certain to make an impression with its distinctive wrap-around backrest into which the armrests are integrated. With the backrest made entirely of rope, its neo-modern style is timeless and its luxurious outdoor cushions offer optimal comfort.

When lounging around is at the top of the agenda, the teak-framed Kay collection by Gloster, designed by Henrik Pedersen, is ideal. Deliberately oversized and featuring a dramatically curved backrest, the Kay collection is comprised of a supremely comfortable two-seater sofa, an armchair and an ottoman. High and low variations of the back panel are available and you have a choice of either Brindle or Harvest, or copper-coloured French cane-style all-weather wicker
combined with a delicate yet durable teak frame.

You might like to team your sofa or dining chairs with a Tao table, designed by Monica Armani for Tribu. The elegant Tao collection is a lesson in perfectly balanced contrasts, boasting bold, sculptural concrete pedestals and slim, finely milled table tops that are pleasing to the touch. Tao tables come in warm, natural linen and wenge tones to create striking centrepieces for any setting.

And for a final touch, look to Tribu’s Monsieur Tricot collection of distinctive knitted outdoor lighting, designed by Ilia Eckardt. The handmade globe and drop lights, available in various shapes, colours and types of knitting, give a warm glow and cast beautiful shadows.

The battery-powered LED lamps are Bluetooth-controlled and thanks to a user-friendly app, the lights can be easily operated, allowing you to create interesting groupings and add timer functions. Cosh Living’s premium-quality outdoor furniture and accessory collections are every bit as design conscious and luxurious as their indoor collections.

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