Skip storage with Eternit's outdoor furniture that withstands Canadian winters
As sad as it is to begin thinking about moving indoors after enjoying your outdoor furniture all summer. One positive is being able to skip out on the winterizing process and allowing your furniture to be left outside, uncovered, 365 days a year.
This hassle-free option is possible with Eternit, a line of hand-crafted outdoor furnishings that score big on both durability and style. Their products are built (and tested) for the harshest conditions, so you can rest easy leaving them outdoors year round. A bonus: your garden and patio look nicer when your outdoor furniture is left outside – much better than looking at an empty patio during the winter.
Eternit products top choice for year-round durability and style
As winter weather sets in, one common question is what to do with the outdoor furniture? Pack it up into storage or brave the cold snap and hope it retains its current condition? While most patio furniture is designed with materials that can withstand multiple climates, the real question is, for how long?
Avoid the thought of having to stare at a bare outdoor space by choosing the hassle-free option with Eternit, a line of hand-crafted outdoor furnishings that score big on both durability and style. The products are built (and tested) for the harshest conditions, so you can rest easy leaving them outdoors year round.
Eye-catching Sponeck line brings luxury to outdoor living
Backyards have come a long way from simply housing your garden with the odd plastic stackable chair serving as the sole décor. Nowadays, people are looking to capture the beauty and comfort of indoor environments and re-create them for the perfect outdoor living space. Achieving the “in-out” lifestyle just got easier thanks to Eternit’s extensive line of outdoor planters, accessories and furniture, most notably- the elegant Sponeck line.
Combing comfort, luxury and an artistic flair, the Sponeck Chair is a hit with both high-end designers and landscape contractors looking to make an outdoor space stand out above the rest. In terms of comfort, the Sponeck Chair is an excellent lounging chair with a great low siteline, ideal for cottages, poolside patios and balconies as the seat gets you underneath the railing; maximizing your view.
For the month of July, Landmark is featuring their Eternit planters, chairs and tables at the Design Time Pop-up Store by Remote Stylist in Lake Rosseau, Muskoka. In the heart of cottage country Ontario, you can go and see this fully renovated 6500 square foot cottage stocked with the hottest furnishings and decor for FREE! A long list of high quality manufacturers are showcased in this pop-up store, all designed by renowned designers at Remote Stylist - an online interior design firm based in New York.
The cottage is open daily Monday to Sunday from 10am - 5pm. Located at 1247 Rosseau Road 3, Unit 11, Rosseau, Ontario (Just off Hwy. 141).
Be sure to stop by for some of their special events: grand opening party, wine tasting, brunch, italian dinner, cooking class, lobster night and painting class.
To learn more, please visit http://designtime.remotestylist.com/index.php
The Dune is modular modern seating at its finest. This award winning design is perfect for foyers, lobby's, pretty much anywhere that you want to make a statement.
Designed by Rainer Mutsch and recipient of the reddot design award.
96 x 95 x 60 cm
96 x 95 x 60 cm
96 x 95 x 60 cm
96 x 89 x 36 cm
45 x 45 x 45 cm
Weight: 25 kg
The Trash Cube is an innovative piece making use of all the extra, unused fibre cement and turning it into a functional stool. A great conversation piece for environmentalists alike.
Designed by Nicolas Le Moigne.
The Sponeck Chair is an excellent lounging chair with a great low siteline. Perfect for cottages, terraces, and great for balconies as the seat gets you underneath the railing, maximizing your view.
Designed by Julia von Sponeck.
Also available - Sponeck Table