Garden Furniture Trends 2018

The long hazy Summer days spent talking in the garden will be memories that stick with us forever. As we move into the midst of Summer 2018, people are making the most out of the glorious weather and turning their gardens into gorgeous spaces to relax with family and friends.

The growing trend for ‘Alfresco dining’ has propelled gardens into a whole new kind of living space. With trends changing every year, it’s hard to keep up, but not to worry! We have compiled a list of the most up to date and coveted garden furniture trends that 2018 has brought around.

Create a second living room:

What better way to make the most out of the warm weather than creating a relaxation space in your very own back garden. This will soon become your favourite place to relax and unwind after a stressful day at work, and will provide shelter from the stress of the outside world.

Picture this, you get home from work, kick off your shoes, pour yourself a glass of wine and head into the back garden to lounge on your garden furniture. The back garden is the social hub of the Summer, and will be the perfect place for friends and family members to hand out throughout the weekend. Select some luxury rattan garden furniture, some parasols, some accessories and away you go!

Keep it natural:

The garden is a blank canvass for you to play around with. Be sure to make the most out of your space by planing gorgeous plants and even cultivating a vegetable patch. Many people fail to fully utilise the space in their back gardens, so why not make a positive change this Summer and turn your garden into something wonderful! Wild flowers are becoming a popular choice of flower for gardens across the UK, with people planting an array of flowers in different colours, shapes, sizes and scents.

Garden decking:

Decking was once the most popular garden feature in the UK, but this has been recently been knocked off the list by composite decking. This gives a perfect finish that is slip resistant, splinter proof and doesn’t need sealing or painting. It’s the perfect alternative for traditional decking and makes your garden look gorgeous.

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