With the release of the latest indoor furniture catalogue, you will find classics remaining steadfast and new pieces emerging. The focus is always on quality, the latest material innovation and working closely with artisans and craftspeople to ensure beautiful products will remain so for many years to come. Drawing on European and Australian influences, the range, both new and old emulates the luxury resort living Satara is synonymous for.
Striking the balance between on-trend and classic, each piece is considered in both its relevance and longevity, meaning your furniture will have a place in your home for many years to come. There are hints of the Mediterranean, with the materials and palette suggesting long summer days. There are also new pieces that draw from an organic, sculptural theme that has recently emerged across design and architecture. New classics have been added too, upholstered occasional chairs and sofas with subtle details and trending silhouettes. Each item stands alone and makes an impact while having the ability to fit within the broader interior design scheme.
From timber stains to fabric selections, the Satara range aims to accommodate a variety of tastes while remaining in a palette that is both classic and flexible. The relatively neutral colours, materials and stains reflect the laid-back and relaxed vibe of resort living, creating a wonderful blank canvas to add accent colour if desired. Inky black fabrics and dark timber stains are bold choices and on the other end of the colour spectrum, earthy, warm neutrals are also in abundance.
Whether it be cool and sleek or warm and texture-heavy, there’s always an abundance of textural layering to be found. This catalogue is no different, with rattan, leather and timber all featured. Unexpected elements like rope and woven materials are featured, making for unique additions. Each piece can tell a story, but none more than the texture of natural materials.
Looking ahead is important and there’s so much innovation to be utilised not too. Weather-resistant fabrics and weaves make for wonderful indoor applications too. There’s nothing better than furniture which looks fantastic but is also forgiving, particularly in the homes of Australian’s who love to live so much of their lives outdoors.