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Maximising the outdoors

While the rest of Europe is gearing up for the winter months, Malta in October is still basking in sunshine and enjoying the outdoors. Now, you can make the most of your outdoor space by ensuring year-round use with the aptly named Four Seasons shade concept, available from The House Shop in Ta’ Xbiex.

Offering protection from the sun and rain, most of these retractable roof structures are designed to withstand wind forces up to 117km/h, which is ideal for our island. Four Seasons comes in a modern design or can be custom-ordered.

Four Seasons is an unobtrusive, yet stylish way, to get the best out of your outdoor area, and in the case of restaurants, maximise capacity and help distinguish themselves from other establishments. The sides can be enclosed with various folding, sliding, or fixed glass panels, thus functioning as a retractable winter garden.

Each model is tailor-made to suit your specific needs. Whether you are after a free-standing structured or a cantilevered design, with no front supports (in order to enjoy unobstructed views); whether gently arched or straight, a Four Seasons model will set you apart from the rest.

This is practically the only option available worldwide that offers a retractable roof structure covering 130 square metres without any internal pillars.

For more information, including a site visit and expert advice with 3D drawings, contact the design team at The House Shop Interiors in Ta’ Xbiex.

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