The boundary between inside and outside is becoming blurred

From the first guest in the morning to the last in the evening; the terrace sees them all. A comfortable chair and pleasant outdoor space is the calling card of every company. Attention to the terrace as a purveyor of turnover with recognizable, colorful and comfortable furniture immediately yields satisfied guests. We Dutch have completely closed the terrace in our hearts.

We like to stay on one of the more than 20,000 terraces in the Netherlands, to meet, watch and be watched and we love it so much that even the outside temperature is becoming less and less important.

However, we all expect more and more and we want nothing more than to stay in a pleasant, pleasant and hospitable environment.

We are looking for the right atmosphere on the terrace. An atmosphere that matches your personal lifestyle. That way you feel comfortable and you meet nice people. Enough options to distinguish yourself. Choose the right appearance, the right patio furniture »and the right snacks and drinks. Provide an interpretation that makes your catering facility special. In short, use the terrace as a marketing tool and let it act as a calling card. A real invitation to come and enjoy!


Orangery Mattemburgh Hoogerheide

"The terrace fits perfectly with the atmosphere that the historic herb garden brings with it and ensures a wonderful sitting in a green environment. From here you look out over the 'Edible Estate" where we grow many of our own products and then directly to serve our guests. " - Frank van Akkeren, owner

Café-Restaurant De Babbelaar Oostkapelle

"We want a terrace that welcomes guests at any time of the day, you can see that in the alternation of color and material. Comfortable chairs and benches for a relaxed lunch, high tables for drinks, but also a compact terrace for cyclists who just want a quick cup of coffee. " - Wiebe Hioolen, owner

Hotel New York Rotterdam

"At the head of the Wilhelminapier, the terrace of Hotel New York feels like a mini vacation. Sit on a stool, sit on one of our couches or take a seat in the comfortable chairs and enjoy the view of the Maas." - Roel Dusseldorp, general manager

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