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OUTDOOR LIVING


Prolong the Summer Soiree with the


It’s never easy to kiss goodbye to Summer, barbecues and garden cocktail parties – those long evenings sipping chardonnay on the balcony. Te Tambora bioethanol fire from Living It Up allows you ride Summer’s coattails


for just that little bit longer, heating the evenings even after the Season has turned.


Te ultra contemporary form of the Tambora cuts a striking feature, with its white ‘U’ shaped frame suspended between two glass sides. Versatile and easy to more around, the Tambora can be used outside as well as in.


If you’re looking for that special something to bring a mysterious quality to your patio, garden or balcony, consider the Tambora as one option and one that will set your neighbours alight with envy.


It may be getting colder outside, but with one of these unconventional biofuel fires from Living It Up you can ward off the chill and sit outside for longer. Fueled by bioethanol, a renewable and green energy source derived from the sugars of wheat


and rape seed, Living It Up’s fires don’t produce any more carbon dioxide than when you exhale making them a good choice for the environmentally conscious.


Furthermore the Tambora, when brought indoors creates a focal point for the room, instantly bringing not just heat but glamour and style.


Te Tambora has been expertly constructed from top-quality materials: high-grade stainless steel, tempered glass and durable paint.


H61 x W80 x D30cm Prices: Tambora Fire: £299 Pearl Sofa (as pictured): £549 www.livingitup.co.uk


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