“Our interiors are an extension of our personality… [and] it is important to take your interiors outside.” -Martyn Bullard
No words have ever rung so true than those spoken by the wonderful Martyn Bullard. So many people often forget to extend their interiors to the great outdoors, and in doing so they forgo so much space that is open for them to use. But there are no excuses to give up that space when such beautiful outdoor furniture is available.
Sadly, beautiful isn’t enough. Many companies fall short in durability, customization options, and selection. But there is hope! Enter Lane Venture. The options you get with the furniture are outstanding. The quality is the best of the best, the durability unparalleled. I’m talking 365 days of sun, rain, wind, heat, and cold and it holds up and keeps it’s integrity. Every piece is crafted to stay outdoors all year long, with special fabrics and cushions that don’t need replacing every season.
Lane Venture has always been a favorite of mine, whether it is theirtraditional collection or the swanky collections by Raymond Waites. The company has always had an eye for bringing the indoors outside and completely fulfilling what Martyn expressed. Furniture is made to be enjoyed, and Lane Venture makes it pleasing not only to the eyes but to the body as well. With a multitude of fabric options (some are reversible– talk about serious options!) and a wide array of paint choices, the combinations are endless. Individual personality and unity come together with the monogramming options and beautiful patterns, so really, what more could you ask for?
What about some more Raymond Waites? Well, sure! I have always felt so connected with his style and the depth that he brings to his designs. The structure of the pieces is phenomenal and unique, and the textures, patterns, and colors he uses complete the pieces that he creates. I even StyleSpotted one of his sofas from High Point Market! The shape of it was so dramatic yet so incredibly beautiful and inviting, and it seemed to bring life the the room. And I can personally say that Raymond has always had a flair for the dramatics and over-the-top designs, but he does it in a way that is controlled and elegant, so his pieces can be used in any setting.