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Garden Furniture

Great patio furniture brings comfort and function to your garden spaces.

Featuring a modern white and classic design, this small round coffee table can complement any colour scheme while keeping looks fresh and bright. A round table is perfect to make the best use of space, you can easily fit it into your kitchen, balcony, hallway and living room. Made of high-density bo..
£89.99
£189.90
Product Size-- Width 55.12 inch x Depth 27.56 inch x Height 27.56 inch. Material -- The garden table is made of premium hardwood construction for heightened durability and longevity, easy to clean and maintain. Design-- The wood table has rustic design and eye-catching style. The spaciou..
£79.99
£179.00

Gardens are increasingly becoming an extension of our homes these days. They are additional living rooms, kitchens, and even home offices. Rather than just setting up temporary seating,

take the time to find the best furniture for your outdoor space so you can make the most of it.

The best starting point for formulating how to choose outdoor furniture is to analyze your needs. Different families and lifestyles have different requirements. When you buy furniture,

choose easy-care materials and furniture to match your landscape and the feel of your home. There are many options.

Natural wood is strong and comfortable, but requires regular maintenance and preservative treatment for weather and UV protection. Choose weather-resistant woods that require less maintenance, such as rosewood, teak, cedar, and cypress.

Rattan and wicker. Natural materials like rattan and wicker give your deck a casual, comfortable look, but need weatherproofing every few years. Synthetic rattan and wicker have a resin finish for longer life.

Steel and wrought iron. Both materials are very sturdy, but require cushions for comfort. They are great for outdoor use, but require regular painting or weatherproofing to prevent rust.

Aluminium, plastic and PVC. These materials are rust-resistant, lightweight, inexpensive and easy to maintain with just a little soap and water. However, due to their lightweight construction, they may need to be secured in strong winds and storms.

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