With the arrival of summer, the garden becomes a more inhabited space in our own, personal domain. However, not everyone is ready to enjoy it to the fullest. Why, you ask? Because you aren't happy with the furniture situation and the practicality of your garden and, whilst choosing and caring for the vegetation is important, getting comfort right is the first step to success. Take a look at these ideas for your garden and see what you make of them.
This old pallet has been re-loved and made into the base of a sofa. Two, oversized, seating areas make for extreme comfort whilst the cushions themselves can be easily removed and stored in bad weather and the base will not suffer. A design very much in favour of modern recycling and an all round winner of an idea.
Fermob outdoor furniture at its finest. Inspired by the forms of nature, these chairs and tables create a different spot in your garden with voice character and individuality.
Stammtisch—German for a place to meet and socialize. What's special about this original table is its practical nature: a round wooden board and strap allow this table to be attached to whatever you like in any garden in the world; all you need is a strong anchor, like a tree, and you’re away.
Flowers are a quintessential colouring element in the garden: wild or planted, any self-respecting garden has flowers; even in a hanging basket like this one. There are a multitude of different above ground planting opportunities these days, in most garden centres. Go and see what you can find, you may be surprised.
Made by hand in Spain, Trimmer is a model that uses recycled wind sails, worldwide. It’s a sustainable design, optimal for both indoor and outdoor. Its curved structure is made of stainless steel and its shape is inspired by three icons of design: the Paulistano chair of Paulo Mendes de Rocha, the BFK chair of Southern Group and the three-legged stool of Joaquim Tenreiro. What a smashing piece.