Why Patio Furniture Is Essential For Your Garden

Garden furniture may often be overlooked when designing outdoor spaces, yet selecting pieces carefully can greatly enhance them. When selecting materials suitable for use in gardens with different climates or styles it’s essential that they withstand weathering and cleaning as well as complement the overall style of the garden itself.

Look for woods such as teak, iroko, or eucalyptus that will develop an aged appearance over time, such as teak. Or consider selecting sturdy metal such as brass that resists corrosion.

1. Chico garden bench by Benchmark

At home or outdoors, having an excellent bench is an essential piece of patio furniture. A good bench should fit seamlessly into its surroundings while being durable enough for years of use – wood is often considered the superior material when it comes to longevity and durability; teak might last even longer while weatherproof painted metal pieces offer greater weatherproof protection if treated carefully.

If you own a period property or prefer investing in long-lasting hardwoods, there are plenty of strikingly decorative designs available – like Oxfordshire-based Benchmark’s Chico garden bench (available with or without back support for PS3,000). Ikea also has modern wooden benches such as their Malaro chair and table which both cost just PS25.

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2. Chilgrove rattan armchairs by Garden Trading

No matter if it’s used for hosting cocktail parties or family meals, garden furniture makes an incredible difference in outdoor spaces. When selecting garden furniture pieces for use outdoors, look for long-term materials like rattan, wicker, treated wood and cane that can withstand weathering such as rattan.

Garden Trading’s Chilgrove armchairs combine comfort and style. Crafted from hardwearing PE rattan that has been plastic coated for weatherproof durability. Plus, each chair comes equipped with an easy storage solution via its removable cushion seat pad – all for just PS145 each!

If you’re on a tight budget, IKEA offers an affordable selection of garden furniture. Their Provence collection features benches, bistro tables and chairs in an eye-catching grey/green finish to blend perfectly with your greenery. Also consider Cox & Cox’s St Mawes table and chair set, made of reclaimed teak which ages beautifully over time; its minimalistic style would look good inside as well; prices begin at PS150 per set! Other options such as Andrew Crace’s Lutyens benches come in various sizes with intricate details including fretwork fretwork lattice backs or carvings on their intricate fretwork lattice backs or carvings on their surfaces for added customization; prices begin at PS150 per set! Prices begin with Andrew Crace’s Lutyens benches available in multiple sizes with intricate details including fretwork lattice backs or carvings on its surfaces for even further customisation. Prices begin from PS150!

3. White folding park or bandstand chairs by The White Company

The White Company offers its version of this outdoor classic made from Iroko wood with a painted finish designed to withstand rain and sun exposure, featuring an elegant silhouette that folds away easily for storage space-saving. Prices begin at PS130 per chair while alternatively check out Cox & Cox’s Provence Range made of painted solid pine (starting from PS150 for two chairs).

Nothing says summer like relaxing on a deckchair. For longtime fans of British deckchairs, Habitat has offered them for years – and always keeps up with changing trends by updating fabric slings! Hen & Hammock offer classic Scandinavian-style stripes starting at PS74 per pair, along with matching tables.

4. British deckchairs by Hen & Hammock

Alternatively, floral cushions that feature waterproof backings such as these ones can help your outdoor seating look beautiful even during periods of inclement weather and are easily wipe-cleanable for hassle-free upkeep.

Graham and Green crochet hammocks provide the ideal place for relaxing when the sun does not shine, providing an oasis of shade when needed. You will also require sturdy supports – these twisted hazel poles would work wonders.

To complete any seating area, a stylish table and benches will be necessary for al fresco dining. Cox & Cox’s Somerton garden table and benches offer modern grey to rustic wood contrast that looks incredibly chic; plus with long benches you can seat many when hosting garden dinner parties! Alternatively if you prefer something more modern then try this bistro style table from Houseology which would look equally at home in both contemporary and traditional gardens.

Lighting up your garden after dark can make it feel cozy and welcoming, adding extra cosiness and invitingness. Crooks and lanterns from The White Company offer elegant solutions to illuminate pathways or simply serve as extra lighting sources for guests who may linger late into the evening.

Hen & Hammock specialize in offering eco-friendly gardening products, from brightly coloured hammocks to children’s swings. Deckchairs crafted in England using beech certified by Forest Stewardship Council are among the many examples they sell, while they also carry willow and hazel hurdle fencing, furniture, arches trellis trellises climbers for sale here.

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