When furnishing an outdoor space, don’t hesitate to take your living room furniture outdoors! No one will hold it against you if you take the Kilim rug from your children’s room, and the same goes even more if you use it to move your old sofa. Because people like to make a home for themselves and build a cosy world around them, even if it’s outdoors, you should try to furnish an open-air space by playing with your choice of materials. Use fabrics like cotton gauze, joyfully striped canvas, or velvet for your cushions, the latter of which will complement rough or worn surfaces, your lawn, or sand on your terrace. Think about recreating a setting where you can walk around barefoot in complete harmony with nature. A place to spend time lounging around on furniture, ageing over time beneath the stars. A colourful composition where there is always something to look at, where the lines of our Lido loungers recall those of our favourite armchairs. Tableware is not left behind, either. Get your glassware out from your cupboards, mix items unearthed from flea markets with your favourite pieces from this season’s styles, and dust down your kitsch! Have fun putting everything together and pulling things apart. After all, the summer is all about an endless dining adventure.