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James Verner Furniture
News > mail issue > 102 > 14/05/13

Summer is coming......................

ST BARTS
...................and whilst our climate in the UK cannot compete with that of St Barts in the French West Indies, the furniture we created for the poolside of the Isle De France Hotel looks as elegant in the UK as anywhere else in the world.
Isle de France
ISLE DE FRANCE
Designed and made in home grown Douglas Fir these benches were given a sandblasted finish to accelerate the weathering process and provide a contrast to the luxurious upholstery.......................................................................(see more)
Queensgate Terrace
PHENOME
Created for the intimate out door dining space of the award winning re-modelling of a Queen's Gate Terrace apartment by Hamish Herford, Phenome was designed to provide versatile seating and dining in durable ebonised Oak and stainless steel. Specially engineered components enables the outdoor dining tables to be dismantled and hung on the wall to maximize space when not in use. The clean contemporary design, complementing the detailing of the architect's design, ensures that all the pieces can be bought inside for use when entertaining large numbers............................................................................(see more)
PHENOME IN SITU
Circle
CIRCLE
Created in English Oak with durable brass details, Circle was designed to sit at the end of a Kentish garden by a tranquil stream. It provides the perfect spot to listen to the running water and contemplate the landscape that so entranced the young Samuel Palmer.
CIRCLE
Circle (detail).
Douglas
Douglas
Made entirely in homegrown Douglas Fir - from WL West & Sons, the same sawmill that supplies the timber for the maintenance of HMS Victory - this simple design will age gracefully to a beautiful weathered grey. Designed to complement some interior furniture, once again this piece can be bought inside to extend an existing dining table.
Random Play
Random Play
Random Play creates an intimate out door reclining platform that is part hammock and part daybed. Unlike a hammock however, no trees are necessary; its supports have a striking sculptural quality, constructed from 3 Chestnut poles, secured in a tripod arrangement that allows a net platform to be held in tension below. An adjustable canopy is loosely draped over the tripod, allowing one to vary the amount of shade required and providing a reassuring feeling of intimacy. Available to order in a variety of sizes see the 'Shop' section of our website for further details.
Listen
Mulled Spices
During the past month, this is what we've been listening to in the studio...........the perfect soundtrack to listen whilst enjoying your outdoor furniture, whatever the weather!


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                                                                                                          Many thanks,
                                                                                                                     James.
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