Sponsored by Freedom
As the first gusts of Summer roll in, we’re thinking of those memorable days al fresco. Enjoying breakfast on the balcony before work, Sundays where lunches with friends and family turn into early dinners, barbecues that are etched into your mind and the laughter belts through the neighbourhood. This summer, Freedom have a range of outdoor settings to suit any occasion. And there’s currently 25% off!
“Australians really come to life in Summer, with seemingly endless entertaining opportunities. Backyards are buzzing with excitement, and people rush home after work to make the most of those extra hours of sunshine. It’s little wonder that our new outdoor collection is bursting with colour and personality, allowing you to update your outdoor area ahead of prime barbecue season!” said Lucie McCann, furniture buyer for Freedom.
TERRACE: With retro-styling and a compact size that’s ideal for smaller spaces, the acacia and white metal frame of the Terrace table and chairs are ideal for garden, balcony or patio spaces.
BRUNCH: Back again in a brand new range of colours, Brunch is the perfect setting for a small balcony or courtyard.
MERIDIAN: Sleek and sophisticated the Meridian outdoor range in luxury hardwearing teak is the ultimate entertainer.
COAST: In a palette of cool grey coupled with white, it’s fresh and conjures all the best of coastal life. With weather-resistant and lightweight sofas, the Coast range is the ultimate in comfort and practicality – a smart solution for summer living.
DECKHAUS: A Freedom favourite, the Deckhaus is back with its simple design and the rich hue of Eucalypt timber.
MOLOKO: A small peacock chair in Teal or White that makes a statement. We imagine it sitting proudly on your front verandah, or roosting in the back garden, with a fresh summer drink close to hand.
Together with our super stylish range of furniture, our outdoor homewares collection provides the perfect tutti frutti palette to spice up your al fresco areas. With a bright range of on-trend weather- resistant cushions, pot stands, watering cans and planters, it’s a simple and cost-efficient way to freshen things up.
Jen, does Freedom sell the pot plant holders? I’m always on the look out for attractive garden/plant features to use vertical space. I couldn’t locate it on their website.
Jen Bishop says
Yes definitely, because I have one myself!