Urbastyle Street Furniture – Spicing up the Streets
Street furniture is changing; it has become more of an innovative piece of artwork that is visually far more attractive, than the traditional plain furniture. As street furniture suppliers, Bomax recognise the worth of Urbastyle Street Furniture.
It’s all about creativity, design and standing out
It looks like local councils are taking more pride in the way they present their streets and roads to people, in style and sophistication. Do your streets and towns need a little character to brighten up things up? Street furniture can include:
Below is a selection of Urbastyle Street furniture:
Urbastyle Street Furniture
Urbastyle’s LED benches create a great ambiance at night, especially in parks and town centers. The low lighting is subtle but creates attention; its glow could be relaxing and definitely lights up a miserable dark night. You can just imagine taking a walk in the park, the benches have a little more personality and at night, you will feel a little safer and maybe you can even stop to have a sit down and reflect on your thoughts, on these lovely LED benches.
Urbastyle LED bench
Perhaps the street can do with some design. These crossed benches are like 4 seats in one, they can also be used as planters to spice things up a little – a seat and planters used together can create quite a bit of art for the passer bys to have a gaze at and admire the presentation. With some plants in the hollow interior of the planters, the towns and streets will look far prettier and will create more of a positive atmosphere.
Urbastyle Crossed Benches
When it comes to bollards, you’d be surprised at the range of bollards out there. In this blog, Bollards of London, you’ll find policeman bollards, camouflaged, lipstick shaped, Royal bollards – you name it. Point being, bollards are more interesting to people than you may think. They generate interest and like the stabilo bollards below, can also be used as seats.
Street furniture is far more stylized, full of design features and spectators enjoy viewing the creativity that councils are now coming up with to make their streets and towns more visual.