Proudly camped in the garden or wisely leaning against the front of the house, this big fellow does not go unnoticed. Radiant, his simple presence is enough to brighten up the decor even when the sky is grey.
This is version 2.0 of Solal, who, at almost 200 years of age, is given a second youth by granting himself a new seating. Apart from that, nothing has changed and Solis shares the same values as its elder brother.
Generous, he gladly accommodates 3 or 4 people.
Robust, he is built with solid oak and protected by an untinted oil that leaves the wood its natural colour.
The story behind the Solis bench:
Solis is a continuation of his Solal model.
The curves of his backrest extend to the seat, drawing a curved pattern that frames the crosspieces placed this time in the length of the bench.
For the rest, his design refers to the same engraving from the first half of the 19th century entitled "Meubles rustiques" from which the original drawing for Solal was taken.
- Oiled natural oak
In the section "The maintenance of your furniture and cushions", you will find our advice to take care of L'Escarpolette products, and the supplies you need to preserve, clean or give a second youth to your outdoor furniture.