The Umomoku Outdoor Furniture Collection

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A versatile and comfortable outdoor furniture line.

Croatian architecture studio 3LHD designed the Umomoku outdoor furniture collection with a minimal but eye-catching look, using simple lines to create modern patterns. Blending narrow and wide wooden slats at a 90 degree angle, the designs have a fresh and distinctive appearance. Elegant and versatile, the outdoor furniture collection suits both residential and hospitality settings. It includes a sofa, armchair, bench, coffee table, deck chair, and tray. Plush cushions in a range of colors enhance comfort, making the line ideal for outdoor lounge areas. Some products also have a modular design. For example, the user can combine a couple of smaller side tables to create a large coffee table, when and as needed. Each product from the collection works well on its own as well as in different combinations.

Produced by furniture brand Prostoria, the Umomoku outdoor furniture line comes in orange hued teak, light larch, or medium brown iroko wood options. All of them feature a protective oil finish. This treatment offers extra protection to the weather-resistant wood and minimizes maintenance at the same time. The huge range of fabric options includes light or dark neutral colors, brighter red, blue, green, and orange. Various textures enhance the high-quality materials and the overall design. Photographs© Jure Živković.

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