Fresh + Versatile Outdoor Furniture by KunDesign

Jerome Powell

The latest pieces of furniture by outdoor brand KunDesign continue to be inspired by nature and life before being translated into contemporary design. Through the creation of flexible, versatile furniture, the brand offers a unique perspective on outdoor spaces and how they might be used in more imaginative ways. When you compare KunDesign’s outdoor furniture with more traditional designs, you can’t help but notice the innovation and envision how relaxing your days – and nights – might be.

Balance Dining Table + Nest Chairs

A few fresh pieces that stand out to us are the Nest Module Sofa, Mooncake Stool and Balance Side Table. The Nest Module Sofa’s modular design allows you to combine pieces as you wish. Outdoors, yes, but also in offices and other commercial spaces. When it comes to versatility, the Mooncake Stool can find use as stool, side table and more with your imagination. The Lantern series uses solar power and features wireless charging technology, you’ll find both a handheld lantern and floor lamp-sized lantern available for using smart energy.

round table with two lounge chairs on light green background

Lounge Chair + Bloom Table

outdoor patio with two orange stools, table, green dining chair, and white wall

orange floor lamp on cement floor

Lantern Series

five colorful lanterns on grey floor

Lantern Hand Lamps

round pedestal dining table on white background

Balance Dining Table

lounge chair with cushions on white background

Nest Lounge Chair

round olive green stool on white background

Mooncake Stool

olive green coffee table on white background

Lotus Coffee Table

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