Concrete furniture trends in 2020

As we begin a new decade, we at Cassidy Brothers look at some of the big trends in 2020 for concrete furniture in the commercial landscape.

Benches

With an abundance of choice available in the commercial sector for concrete furniture, it seems fitting to look at one of the most popular options in benches.

The Monia concrete bench has integrated seating with Camaru hardwood timber slats. It has an exposed aggregate finish with stainless steel bracketry.

Colours: CP White, AP Black, Finishes: polished, flamed, honed, bush hammered

Suitability Streets,
Parks
Frame material Concrete
Seat material FSC timber
Style Contemporary
Fixings Free standing
Seat length (mm) 2575
Seat depth (mm) 600
Aboveground height (mm) 804.88
Seat height (mm) 450
Weight (kg) 1650

Second on this list is the more contemporary styled Cheshire bench. With its Camaru hardwood timber slats and exposed aggregate finish with stainless steel bracketry it has become increasingly popular and one to look out for in 2020.

Colours: CP White, AP Black Finishes: polished, flamed, honed, bush hammered, Weight: approx 200kg

 

Cheshire Ben

Product name Cheshire Bench
Suitability
Streets
Parks
Frame material
Concrete
Seat material
FSC timber
Style
Contemporary
Fixings
Free standing
Seat length
(mm) 2600
Seat depth
(mm) 500
Aboveground height
(mm) 500

The above are just two examples of popular benches in 2020, with a variety of traditional and contemporary options on the market.

 

 

Planters

Continuing on from popular concrete furniture trends in 2020 is the planters available in the commercial landscape.

There are a wide variety of choices out there with the commercial sector continuing to opt for a versatile structure capable of showcasing plants and garden accessories together.

The Shropshire is a large concrete planter suitable for a variety of locations in the built environment. It has an exposed aggregate finish and is available in different colours and features.

Colours: CP White, AP Black, Finishes: polished, flamed, honed, bush hammered

shropshire Planter

Material Concrete
Cross section Rectangular
Dimensions (l x w x h) 1700 x 750 x 450
Weight (kg) 900

A slightly more stylish trend coming into 2020 amongst commercial furniture is the White City Plant Pot.

The White City concrete plant pot is available with both a smooth and rough finish. Smooth finish colours: Deep Buff, Nutt Brown, Rustic BrownExposed finish colours: CP White, AP Black

 

Flower Pot

Product name Whitecity Concrete Plant Pot
Material Concrete
Dimensions (l x w x h) 760 x 610
Diameter (mm) 760
Weight (kg) 145

Planters are becoming more and more popular and designers are now getting more creative in building bespoke designs for the commercial sector.

 

Bike Racks

With the population getting eco-friendlier and working on their fitness by cycling to work for example, it’s not a surprise to see that bike racks are amongst the biggest trends to look out for in commercial furniture.

The Amsterdam bike rack is a Concrete Bench with an exposed aggregate finish with stainless steel bracketry.

The Amsterdam bike rack also comes as a Comte option, with wooden panelling available also.

Amsterdam Bike RackNumber of bikes: 4

Available colours: CP White, AP Black

Available Finishes: Polished, Flamed, Honed, Bush Hammered

If you’re after a more adventurous design, then the Boyd bike rack is certainly an eye catcher. It holds the same amount as traditional models; however, the compact design means it stands out, and is a big trend in 2020s concrete commercial furniture.

 

boydNumber of bikes: 4

Available colours: CP White, AP Black

Available Finishes: Polished, Flamed, Honed, Bush Hammered

You can download all product specs here.

The concrete furniture choices on the market is growing constantly and with businesses now becoming more and more adventurous with their design choices, it’s no surprise to see a growing trend in bespoke designs.

The above trends are just a snippet of what is available in 2020, and as the list above indicates, this is changing from conventional to more contemporary designs.

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