Harbour 1976 has partnered with renowned Australian landscape designer, Adam Robinson from Adam Robinson Design to showcase four different styles to suit your outdoor living space. Harbour’s high-end furniture, coupled with lush plants and accessories, set new trends for 2019, particularly when approaching seamless indoor and outdoor living.
“Transforming your outdoor space is all in the details. Combining materials such as Olephin rope, environmentally friendly plantation teak, organic curved edges and unexpected textures creates an interesting, versatile space. More and more, home-owners are selecting pieces from different collections to showcase their unique style and tastes.”
– Patryc Lampasi, Harbour 1976
“Whatever size your balcony or terrace, there is always potential to make the most of the space to extend your living and lifestyle outdoors. Choose a palette of plants that will suit the natural elements of your space and combine them with simple, modern-shaped pots. Then, choose your outdoor furniture setting to complement your indoor lounge so your balcony becomes an extension of your total living space.”
– Adam Robinson, Adam Robinson Design
A warm mix of black and whites, urban utilises natural timbers to soften and provide an earthen
feel, epitomising the city-loving couple that enjoys subtle style and relaxed intimacy.
The relaxed seating, neutral tones and combination of round and sharp edges gives
coastal a sense of lightness and a crisp, calm feel.
Dark, elegant and moody, stylish embraces long lunches and delightful dinners with the
charcoal teak and dark aluminium providing a subtle aura of sophistication.
Featuring: Breeze XL 2 Seat Sofa, Balmain Arm Chair, Hamilton Foot Stool, Pacific Stacking Sun Lounge,
Avalon Arm Chair, Pace Round Side Table Stone, Pure Side Table Curved and Harbour Lighting Breeze Floor Lamp.
Providing a space of fun, boho chic is a drawcard to the host who loves to entertain in an
effortless manner or for those who crave the ultimate chill-out zone.