Tidelli Outdoor Living launches 2018 collection
October 13, 2017,
LOS ANGELES – Tidelli Outdoor Living will launch eight new 2018 lines at the Pacific Design Center: Pendulo, Quintal, Painho, Sedona, Amado, Boss, Slim and Spool. Each hand-made in Tidelli’s signature style of using nautical rope, the new lines join the 20 lines that are already available at Tidelli.
The new designs are a result of Tidelli’s partnership with Brazilian designers that are exclusive to Tidelli and led by Tidelli’s own founder and designer, Tatiana Mandelli, who also designed the 2018 Sedona line.
As part of their 2018 launch, Tidelli will expand 53 nautical rope color options and has added four different turquoise color patterns including a turquoise diamond color pattern and a white-turquoise color pattern. The company will also introduce a 6mm thickness Italian Porcelain for the new Slim Collection one-piece tabletop.
The Pendulo Swing is designed by Ruy Ohtake, whose unusual architectural design has led him to win over 25 prestigious awards. This swing is no longer restricted to a straight back and forth movement, but has gained a fluid multidirectional motion as the name suggests. It is entirely handmade in Tidelli’s signature nautical rope design and a high-grade power coated aluminum structure that can be customized in over 70 colors.
The Painho Loveseat joins the award-winning Painho collection, created by Marcelo Rosenbaum and Fetiche Design Studio. The collection is inspired by the natural wonders of Bahia, Brazil and the joy of the people. The Tidelli Sedona Sofa is part of the Sedona line which is created by Tidelli’s own Tatiana Mandelli. The collection features the new woven turquoise colors for 2018.
Each Tidelli design is handmade and balanced with the right amount of weather resistant fabric and features a robust form. The entire Tidelli collection can be seen at the Tidelli PDC Showroom, 8687 Melrose Ave. Suite B116. West Hollywood, Calif.
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