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Why concrete furniture is all the rage in 2019

What used to be an industrial mundane element for building skyscrapers, roads, and homes, concrete furniture is now transforming living spaces with an unusual, more organic touch. While 2018 was all about the power of bold, vivid colours for your interiors, 2019 is fitting out at the other end of the aesthetic spectrum and we’re fancying it more than ever.

If this concrete, very solid Golden Bay 1-Metre Square Dining Table does not make a statement in your garden of greens and florals, we’re not certain what would. Or if a piece of full concrete furniture doesn’t fit your fancy, our concrete Akaroa Dining Table with chunky teak legs to accentuate your bold coloured wall might be to your liking. It sure is worth an investment.

If you’re looking into a natural looking, lightweight outdoor concrete furniture, our concrete bench seat with reinforced resin may be the one for you. It’s best for your patio, and not to mention, maintaining it is a breeze. This comes with a full three-year guarantee.

The tide is continuously turning as more people now are becoming aware of how modern concrete furniture can be just as elegant and functional. Aside from its solidity and durability, modern concrete furniture has the advantage of weather resistance and have little effect on both heat and cold. While these bulky lovelies best fit open concept applications, it’s worth remembering that concrete furniture do not need to speak in volumes all the time. Accents such as our concrete planters make perfect accessories to suit your lovely home.

For more professional advice with concrete furniture, just give us a call or drop by our store in Takapuna, Auckland and we’d be more than happy to assist you.

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