An (actual) outdoor sofa
Walrus is a true innovation, as it uses a super-robust cover material to make a sleek, weatherproof sofa that always looks great. An ingenious storage pouch in the back of the Walrus hides a foldout blanket and cushions to provide softness and comfort. In a matter of seconds, you have a warm and dry place to sit. This club chair is available in two sizes, but always easily seats 2. Ready to upgrade your patio with this cozy outdoor loveseat?
1/4 Ingenious storage pouch
Hides a foldout blanket and comfort cushions
2/4 When the sun decides to shine
You have instant dry seating
3/4 Truly weather-proof
With a water-repellent tarpaulin material
4/4 Very low-maintenance
Simply hose down and dry off
Tarpaulin is an extremely durable material, used for trucks, that does not absorb any water or dirt. This smooth, washable material keeps care and maintenance to a minimum.
Tree leaves, dust, CO² emissions, pollution, bird droppings etc. may leave marks on a spotless white fabric, so keep this in mind when choosing the perfect location for your sofa.
Galvanization is the most durable method for protecting metal from rusting. The metal is immersed in a zinc bath, which results in a protective layer. If the layer gets damaged, the metal under it will start rusting. However, any damage can be touched up with zinc paint available from any DIY store. Galvanized steel has a very long life span and is perfectly recyclable if necessary.
We call it the George Clooney of coating techniques: its looks improve better with age... Our tools with galvanized surfaces are masters of camouflaging dirt, thanks to the material's rough texture. At first, galvanized pieces look very shiny, but they will gradually turn matte under the influence of sun and rain. Rain may also cause dark stains underneath the connection zones.
How to treat galvanized steel
Sunbrella® is an acrylic fabric that is still known as the best outdoor fabric available for making cushions. The raw material is Sunbrella® solution-dyed acrylic fiber. The color pigments are locked right into the very heart of the fibers during the initial stage of the manufacturing process, before the yarn is even made Sunbrella® colors stand up to tough weather conditions and years of sun exposure.
Our Sunbrella cushions and blankets are machine washable at low temperatures. A white and a colored cushion can both get dirty, but the white one will look dirtier sooner. Do not tumble dry.
How to treat Sunbrella