Habitus Loves… Picnics

At the risk of harping on about the nice weather, we present you with another Spring-themed Habitus Loves. This time it’s picnics, and these eight products are sure to take your park escapades to another level.

27 Sep 2012

Paolozzi Accent Plates


Designed by: Royal Doulton

Why we love it: Based on Sir Eduardo Paolozzi’s designs, this set of bright colorful bone china plates is playful but refined, and makes the perfect frame for your picnic delicacies. 

Where you can get it: Royal Doulton


Baggy Winecoat


Designed by: Jakob Wagner for Menu

Why we love it: Now that there are some decent wines sold in boxes, dress them up and keep them cool with this stylish and convenient winecoat.

Where you can get it: Scandinavian Design Centre


Fida mat


Designed by: Patrick Frey for Vial

Why we love it: The Fida is a cushioned mat that with a simple latch can become a reclined seat. Made of waterproof polyester and weighing only 2.6kg, it is the perfect accessory to lie or lounge away the summer days on. 

Where you can get it: Vial


Element Portable


Designed by: Fuego

Why we love it: Press a button, snap the legs into the cooking position, lift the lid and click the ignitor. You now have an even, powerful grilling surface. 

Where you can get it: Fuego


Handpresso Outdoor Set


Designed by: Handpresso

Why we love it: Containing a small, portable and manual espresso machine called Handpresso as well as four unbreakable cups, a single-hand thermos-insulated flask (to keep hot water even longer) an a small napkin, the outdoor set delivers machine quality espresso wherever you are, and allows you to revel in the envy of your fellow park-goers.

Where you can get it: Handpresso


Cool Bag


Designed by: Jakob Wagner for Menu

Why we love it: Two innovative buckles mean Cool Bag can be used both as a standard bag with a short handle or as a shoulder bag with a longer strap. The insulating inner bag is easy to remove, allowing the outer bag to be used as a spacious shopping bag – under the arm or over the shoulder.

Where you can get it: Menu




Designed by: Skincom

Why we love it: Quick and easy to setup and weighing less than 2.5 kgs, the Easy for Two solartent is ideal for protecting skin, food and wine from direct sunlight. 

Where you can get it: Skincom


Akiko Petanque Set


Designed by: J. Herbin

Why we love it: Any picnic worth its salt should include some form of outdoor activity, and Petanque is a particularly apt example. This set, designed by Hans Sandegren Jacobsen & Akiko, features an integrated teak handle for easy carrying and attractive teak finish. 

Where you can get it: Danish Design Store