Early Settler have released an impressive new collection of outdoor furniture to entice Australians back to nature. Here’s a look at some of our favourite pieces from the range.
Photography Mike Baker / Styling Heather Nette King
The new collection takes its inspiration from the latest interior trends and brings them outdoors, in a move designed to have Aussies wanting to lounge in their backyards all day. There’s something to suit every outdoor oasis – from a small urban courtyard to a coastal poolside retreat, or a sprawling backyard.
“Early Settler’s 2018/19 outdoor range is designed to tempt you outside, where you can reconnect with nature and enjoy your version of backyard bliss, whatever that might be,” says Early Settler furniture buyer, Monica Porter.
The stunning campaign for the new collection, “Back to Nature,” styled by in-demand Melbourne stylist, Heather Nette King, and photographed by renowned interiors specialist, Mike Baker, was shot almost exclusively in Byron Bay in a range of locations that show off the four key themes of the collection – natural, urban, coastal and French.
Highlight locations include a hinterland ranch belonging to the owners of Byron’s hippest guest house ‘The Atlantic’ and ‘Byron Bay Black’ – a luxe, new beach house in Byron’s so-called “Golden Grid”.