Autumn in Hong Kong is the best time to be outdoors. No matter how big or small your outdoor space may be, there are a few outdoor furniture must-haves to make the space both functional and fabulous. Here, the team at Everything Under the Sun gives us their top three.
#1 Keep warm
“The Tansun Ambient Series electric heater keeps you warm outside, which in turn means that you can make use of your outdoor space year-round. The wall-mounted heaters use advanced ‘low glare’ technology, which creates a pleasant ambient glow. There are two models in the series – Tansun Bahama and Tansun Monaco – with two different designs and sizes, and they can also be used indoors. The range is energy-efficient, environmentally friendly, waterproof and wind-resistant, not to mention safe and stylish.”
#2 Let there be light
“You want to be able to use your outdoor space not just during the day but at night, too, and for that you’ll need light. The Royal Botania Dome Move floor lamp is made from aluminium, coated in white or black, with a handmade glass cylinder inside. There are three varieties of coloured glass (clear, smoked, amber) to choose from, which means you can create your perfect style of atmosphere.”
#3 Take a seat
“Seating is a must in any outdoor space, and the Tribù Natal Alu sofa offers the ultimate in flexibility. With 13 different modules, two different frame colours and more than 70 outdoor fabric options for the cushions, the possibilities are endless. The sofa features a subtle powder-coated aluminium frame with attractive, curved armrests, and broad textilene straps to support the cushions. It’s a piece that really shows just how far outdoor furniture has come; special mention goes to the outdoor cushions that can be left outside year-round, thanks to a waterproof cover over the filling, and covered stitches that help prevent water from penetrating.”
Everything Under The Sun
902 Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau
2554 9088 | everythingunderthesun.com.hk
This article first appeared in the Oct/Nov edition of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.