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Seating & Furniture

It is so easy to be swept away by the range of garden furniture on the market but our biggest tip is choose something that will go with the theme and feel of your new garden. Think about how you use the garden, are you sun worshiper needing a comfy lounger or would the space be better served by having a table and chairs for sit down meals and BBQ’s with family and friends?

Natural pools and wildlife ponds

Off the peg furniture

Teak and wood furniture has a timeless feel to it and can look good in many types of garden. The other positive about wooden furniture is that it can be bought back to life each year with a high quality oil or a rub down with some sandpaper. Metal furniture tends to be lighter than wood and is easier to move around, especially if used on a deck.

Natural pools and wildlife ponds

In built furniture

You might not be able to take it with you when move home but having seating or garden furniture built into the landscape ensures it looks like it was always meant to be there and sits harmoniously within its surroundings. Raised borders with wide walls or seating pockets are good way to create informal seating that looks good all year round.