Sometimes, we all need a little continuity in our garden and a little something like garden furniture sets could help you on your way to realising this thematic need; through a bold and bright array of fitting designs that set or adhere to the theme of your garden.
We've collected some furniture set ideas, from our professionals, that illustrate a multitude of styles, textures, materials and colours, in order to adhere to a broad range of tastes; helping you gain ideas about one that's perfect for you.
If you like a touch of the classic garden style, what about a set like this? The set really would brighten up the place and add a touch of class to your, presumably already, classic garden design. This about a spring morning in the garden, with tea, toast and muesli, enjoying the sound of the birds and nature before starting with the day; bliss.
No, we don't all have the luxury of living at the beach, but a furniture set like this would look at home most anywhere big enough to support it. The beautiful wicker weave of the beds is a real nice reminder of how, sometimes, it's worth it to splash out a bit more; in comparison to those plastic weave sets available today. A nice place to lie back, take in the natural surroundings, get comfortable with your loved one and, importantly, sleep!
For those of you who like something a little different (and you can rely on the weather!), a set of beanbag seats under the pavilion or veranda could be an excellent way to set a fun theme for your garden. Comfortable and stylish!
A simple but effective selection for most gardens is simply white. Take a look at his set, even on an overcast day, appropriate surroundings will make sure that it isn't overpowering. Perfect for warm weather and easy to clean, this set could be your best friend in the garden.
These beauties always make the place feel warmer, with their synonymity of the Med and simple but dainty design. Think of the evenings on a balcony or terrace, like this, watching the sun go down with a glass of wine…
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