Tait Adds the Trace Sunlounge to Adam Goodrum’s Trace Collection

08.22.18 | By
Tait Adds the Trace Sunlounge to Adam Goodrum’s Trace Collection
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Last year, Australian outdoor brand Tait launched the Trace collection designed by Adam Goodrum, and then expanded it earlier this year with a really cool planter. Now, they’re adding the Trace Sunlounge to round out the luxurious collection.

Lounge chairs scream poolside relaxation and with the Sunlounge’s comfy upholstered cushion and three levels of reclining options, you’ll be fighting others to stake your claim on it first.

When elevated, collection’s signature mesh is spotted behind the backrest and when it’s lying flat it becomes a cozy daybed. Wooden wheels with an outer rubber trim make it easy to roll the lounger to the perfect spot.

High-performance materials were used so it can weather just about all types of, well, weather. The structure is made of corrosion-resistant aluminum with laser-cut drainage holes in the base to help water evaporate. Foam in varying densities aids in quick drying times so no one has to wait long before it’s ready to go after a rainstorm.

Photography by Haydn Cattach.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.