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Enjoy and Nicolette 14.03.2019

Ethimo presents Enjoy, an eclectic collection of tables that will add new rhythm to outdoor spaces.

Essential lines, contemporary mood and a vocation for transformation define this new outdoor table line by Ethimo.

Clever combinations of shapes and materials generate a complete, versatile, functional project, capable of meeting any furnishing need in al fresco socialising locations.

Enjoy tables come in different heights, with three kinds of ceramic tops and delicate edging, in different sizes (70×70 cm and 70×90 cm) and colours (White, Grey and Black Vulcano), allowing for a wide range of customisation options.

The conic metallic structure supporting the top is available in four colourways (Sepia Black, Warmwhite, Warmgrey, and Coffee Brown), and the base, again in metal, can be covered in natural or pickled teak. This can be bought separately and easily replaced thanks to the practical kit provided.

Enjoy can, in this way, “change outfit” to suit any outdoor setting and different tastes and styles.

Nicolette, the icon little armchair designed by Patrick Norguet ‘grows’ and shows off a new look.

Ethimo continues in its desire to experiment new aesthetic combinations for Nicolette: and so the chair created by Patrick Norguet transforms into an elegant, comfortable stool.

With its recognisable encircling shape, Nicolette stool features the same composition of materials and mix of colours as its better-known counterpart, the armchair: structure in cast aluminium in six different finishes (Warmwhite, Olive Green, Coffee, Warmgrey, Sepia Black, Warmred), back with an unusual micro-perforated pattern, also available with a special pleated fabric covering and backrest in natural teak. There is also a seat cushion available for the stool, in the colours Nature White, Nature Grey and Black Stone.

Thanks to its simple yet refined detail design, Nicolette stool is the ideal solution for the most specific needs in terms of practicality, versatility and resistance, required by outdoor areas in the contract and hotellerie sectors.

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