With travel restrictions still in place and many people now getting used to working from home this year, Danube Home has launched its Garden collection 2021 looking to help households bring a vacation vibe into their homes. Under the theme ‘Bring in the outdoor’, the company said the new catalogue offers various ideas and solutions to bring the outdoor ambience to home exteriors.

"With Danube Home garden solutions, customers can get the feeling of a mini staycation every time they step out into their outdoor space," the company said in a statement. "Balconies, terraces, backyards and lawns can be designed to entertain family and friends, provide a place for kids to take a break from their electronic devices and play outside or to simply relax and enjoy moments of solitude all the while staying safe at home."

The company has also decided to take the paperless route with the 2021 edition being released as an e-catalogue, according to Adel Sajan, director of Danube Home, as part of efforts to incorporate more sustainable solutions to the company’s product range.

"The new exhaustive e-catalogue is loaded with Danube Home’s outdoor product range, along with insightful information about each of them," said Sajan. "It is designed to be easy to use, with high-quality visuals all organised into easy-to-navigate sections."

Sayed Habib, general manager of buying at Danube Home, said the Garden 2021 e-catalogue is integrated with the company’s e-commerce website. "Customers can simply click on the product they like on the e-catalogue to navigate to the specific product page on the site and find detailed information and videos of the product," said Habib. "Once they like what they see, they can add to cart and checkout with ease."

Among the new additions to the catalogue, he said, include products for the kids’ play area as well as barbeque sets, camping solutions and artificial plants. Customers can also avail of free garden design services.

According to Shubhojit Mahalanobis, general manager of Danube Home, there has been a strong demand for home furniture as people are now focusing more on improving their homes in light of travel restrictions and safety precautions.

"The demand for outdoor furniture is also rising as more and more people have started realising that living space is not just confined to the walls around them," said Mahalanobis.

Habib added: "We are happy to see that customers are keener than ever to design their home exteriors. We’ve had customers who wanted to convert even parking areas to a garden."

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