It’s now of the year we start to pull our backyard furniture from storage, baffled by how it’s managed to fall to ruin in only a year! Now that the sun is shining and temperatures are climbing, it’s the best time to begin considering upgrading our garden furniture.
However big or small your outdoor area is, it’s inevitable you will be searching for someplace to sit this summer. Benches are the perfect way to create a focal point in your garden, including a particularly dramatic look when put under a tree or facing your lovely flower bed. There are a range of different designs available, with amorous metalwork and traditional wooden structures all feasible choices.
Garden furniture isn’t commonly associated with being the most comfy chairs in the world, because of the requirement for durability, however there are several ways to design your garden bench so as to improve this. Outdoor cushions and blankets can help add to the aesthetics but also result in a more relaxing and pleasant experience altogether!
The growth of waterproof textile designs has caused a wonderful gain in the amount of different styles and shapes available in the marketplace. It’s common to adhere to safer options when accessorising bits of furniture, with neutral and solid colors proving to be popular selections! In actuality, it’s a celebrated trend to attempt to incorporate various different patterns and colors to make an eye-catching and alternative appearance. Additionally it is a wonderful way to bring a little bit of your personality to the fore. Another valuable tip, if you’re uncertain of what path to take, is to use a combination of neutral and solid colored cushions along with a few patterned scatter cushions of your choice. This is a more conventional approach and will make any chair/bench/swing seem like it’s straight from an interior design magazine.
Most garden pieces are built to survive but with the British weather frequently proving unpredictable it might also be a smart move to put money into a tarpaulin cover, or something similar, to help protect your furniture throughout the harsher months of this year. This will eliminate the necessity to store your outdoor chairs, benches, tables etc. inside during fall and winter.