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Lounge HPL in white or anthracite with cushion pads

Is this still outside or already inside? How lovely a terrace can be if it's furnished properly!

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Garden table Kubus+ with teak top and the Lounge HPL in white complement each other perfectly.

The puristic Lounge HPL modules of Village Garden will quite easily transform you terrace, garden or conservatory into an extremely comfortable seating landscape that is perfect for resting, chilling and pleasant gatherings with family, friends and neighbours. Individual outdoor suites and landscapes can be composed from the available sizes. A stool that can be used as a table or for storage completes the Lounge. The cushions are upholstered in weatherproof Sunbrella fabric to provide maximum comfort, and are perfect for relaxing.

The system consists of a single module, a corner module and a stool that are available individually or in combination. The backrests are inserted by means of a slot on the carcase, and lift out easily in a single movement.

Dimensions:
Single module with a straight back in HPL white or anthracite
W 77.5 cm x L 77.5 m x H 62 cm
with 1 seat and 1 back cushion in Sunbrella fabric Natté Sooty (dark grey)
Single module with an angled back in HPL white or anthracite
W 77.5 cm x L 88.5 m x H 62 cm
with 1 seat and 1 back cushion in Sunbrella fabric Natté Sooty (dark grey)
Corner module with one angled and one straight back in HPL white or anthracite
W 77.5 cm x L 88.5 m x H 62 cm
with 1 seat and 2 back cushions in Sunbrella fabric Natté Sooty (dark grey)
Stool
W 77.5 cm x L 77.5 m x H 35 cm
with 1 seat cushion in Sunbrella fabric Natté Sooty (dark grey)

The single modules are available with straight or angled backs, since in corners one side of the combination comes with a straight back and the other with an angled back. Corner modules always have one straight and one angled back, and combine the two sides with each other.

available in the following materials:

  • HPL whiteHPL white
  • HPL anthraciteHPL anthracite
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