The birth of this range was to bring back curves into our designs.
The Zulu Imbiza, which means pitcher or pot, was the inspiration behind the curves of this range’s design. We have welcomed warm curves and natural round edges to celebrate the African Woman – mother of mankind. Perfectly precise jointing using traditionally floating Mortise and Tennon’s gives wonderful visual crafted details, combined with routed handle indentations adds to the eye-catching design trendsetting range. The roping adds a lacy visual feel – a detail that refines and defines Imbiza.
25mm: R5,848 to R7,074*
50mm: R9,072 to R11,057*
*Pricing will vary depending on the wood you select and if your sizing is unique to our standard sizing. Weave pricing based on chosen option.
PLEASE NOTE: Upholstery and rope required for weaving is not included in price estimates. Chat to your showroom manager for more info and pricing, or read more about choosing a furniture weave here. https://homewood.co.za/choosing-a-weaving-material/
THREAD COLOUR AND WOOD OPTIONS
A NOTE ON OUR OUTDOOR FURNITURE
OUTDOOR FURNITURE BUILT TO LAST!
Our outdoor furniture is made to weather well. Each piece from our outdoor and patio range has been crafted with durable solid wood such as Plantation Teak, Blackwood and Ash, providing the ultimate longevity.
Plantation Teak: We offer a 5-year guarantee on external furniture in this wood.
Blackwood: We offer a 1-year guarantee
Ash: We offer a 1-year guarantee on any furniture made from Ash.
PLEASE NOTE: Furniture that is permanently and fully exposed to the elements needs to be designed using woods that are extremely durable. Material, design and range needs to be taken into consideration when choosing a piece of furniture, and you will be advised accordingly, depending on where you intend on using and storing your product. NB: Going against the advice of your showroom manager and choosing the incorrect type of wood, design, or range could affect the validity of your guarantee. Please consult with your showroom manager or sales guru and ensure that you are advised correctly on which wood design and range to choose for the intended use of your furniture so that your guarantee is not affected.
You can read more about which wood types are best suited for indoor and outdoor furniture here:
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