Outdoor living spaces on Ibiza become a focal point for everyday life.
Gardens and outside areas are an important part of the Ibicenco lifestyle: sunbathing by the pool, dining al-fresco with friends and family, hosting fabulous parties or just relaxing in the shade with a glass of wine and your favourite book.
Contributing to making your outside area stylish and comfortable is our aspiration, so that you can truly feel as if you’re living in heaven.
When it comes to relaxation we provide a wide range of comfortable daybeds, loungers and sofas. With the Point range there is no hurry, stress or headache, simply relax on your sun-bed and enjoy “doing nothing”. The range is inspired by nature and their furniture is made from woven natural materials or synthetic fibres.
It’s important when buying outdoor furniture to make sure that it will be resistant to any weather conditions, and even if on the white isle where it rarely rains, it’s important to think about the hot summer days. On your patio, or in the garden, it’s important to create shady areas. A comfortable, purpose-built, chill out zone is the perfect place for a quick siesta! Parasols and daybeds designed by Tribú create cosy corners in which to really relax and add an intimate atmosphere to your patio or terrace. Their products are designed to help you make the most of your outside space, while relaxing and spending precious time with family and friends. Every piece is a blend of quality, simplicity and modern elegance.
When it comes to socialising and entertainment we offer a wide range of garden tables and comfortable outdoor dining chairs. For example, the range made by Cane-line, which aims to bring the comfort of your living room outdoors.
Whatever your style, from classic teak to chic white sun loungers, from recycled wooden furnishings to sophisticated dining settings, within our shop we believe that you will find what you are looking for. We offer a wide range of products which combine everyday basics with current trends, so that you can really bring your outside areas to life.
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