Now that the good weather is here, but while we’re still bogged down in our routines, the terrace is the best place to unwind. It doesn’t matter how big it is, how long you spend there or who you share it with, because today we’ve got four recommendations from our collection of sofas and how you can combine them to get the perfect match.

The time has come to pick a sofa for your outdoor space. And we’re starting out big! There’s room for everyone with the Burlington 5-seater corner sofa. You can make the most of your space since it’s a corner sofa. What’s more, it’s made out of solid acacia wood, which is really durable and resistant for outdoor spaces. If you’re one of those people who always has lots of people over and you love spending time with friends and family, this is definitely what you need in your life.

Our second recommendation is the Gilded 2-seater sofa. If you’re one of those people who prefers a corner for relaxing and having some time to yourself, we’ve got the solution for you. Ideal for small spaces but with a lot of style. Our tip: If you’ve got more space, combine it with the other pieces from the Gilded collection. With the armchair and coffee table you’ll get a complete space. If you want to get a fresh and authentic feel, you should go in for this collection.

For the more daring, we’ve got the fantastic Newport sofa. With its galvanised and spray-painted steel structure, it’ll be easy to create the perfect chic space for your parties. If you need more space for your guests, the Newport armchair will be your greatest ally. Make sure there’s space for everyone.

If you want to create a lounge-style space, we recommend the Belleny sofa. Its eucalyptus wood structure has been treated with 4 coats of PU lacquer and the cord is UV-resistant, which means you can share it with your friends outdoors all year round. Combine it with cushions in vibrant colours to get a chill-out vibe or add a touch of glamour to your terrace by combining it with a coffee table and a PET carpet.

March 15, 2022, 1:19 p.m.