My pick of the bunch? This set of two sun loungers are on sale at AOSOM right now (the most popular retailer for sun loungers among GLAMOUR readers in summer 2022). They have deep, comfy seats with Rattan-inspired bases. Or, if you don’t quite fancy sun loungers but you need a set of garden chairs to kick back and relax, look to Outsunny’s Rattan-inspired garden chairs – they’re available at Aosom and are the perfect alternative.
An aspirational brand, Oka is the child of an entrepreneur, an interior decorator and a horticulturalist: Lady Annabel Astor, Sue Jones and Lucinda Waterhouse. The brand doesn’t try to ‘fit in’ with fleeting trends, instead taking inspiration from across the globe to create timeless and special pieces. Oka furniture doesn’t come cheap, but it’s built to last (with the above sunbed featuring a weather-resistant aluminium frame, rattan weave, tapered metal legs and plush foam and fibre filled cushions.). Oka stocks everything from garden tables to showerproof cushions, so you can rest easy knowing they’ll have just the ticket to upgrade your exterior for summer.
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Very’s garden furniture offerings come in a myriad of colours and styles and there really is something for every interior design preference. Fancy your patio the next Love Island fire pit? The bistro set below will be sure to brighten up your exterior. It’s like something straight outta’ the Mallorcan ITV villa and is something we certainly need here in sun-starved Blighty. If your home is more laid back and minimalist, with a design that’ll rival the likes of La Redoute and, formerly, Made.com, the Malaga sofa and armchair trio below looks as though it’s been taken straight from the Soho House White City rooftop (and will cost £££ less than a membership…).
Save money on 4 seater garden sofa sets with these Very discounts.
Habitat has been through quite a few different life cycles and, while it used to be a part of Homebase, the brand now fulfils orders through Argos as well as selling products in Sainsbury’s. One our favourite retailers for affordable homeware with a luxe feel, Habitat’s outdoor selection features all sorts of garden must haves, including bistro sets, gorgeous garden chairs and, one of our top picks, a hanging egg seat. With a little bit of added storage in the coffee table, we’re also eyeing up this this Habitat rattan furniture set; it seats up to six people (seven at a squeeze) and will be perfect for all your spring and summer soirees.
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You might think of Argos as a go-to for electricals, kids toys and the like but the brand’s garden furniture offering is not one to overlook, either. From BBQs to outdoor seating areas, you’ll find stylish pieces at accessible price points with quick delivery to take your garden space from dull to dazzling. For instance, oftentimes garden swing seats can look a tad dated, so it wasn’t easy to find one that wouldn’t disrupt your modern garden aesthetic. …That is, until the Argos piece underneath popped up in my Google search results. Have we convinced you that Argos should be your next garden shop stop? Don’t forget to grab a cover, too. If you’re spending a pretty penny on the best garden furniture sets then you’re going to want to look after them. The below cover from Argos is a best-seller – grab it before its gone.
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A staple British retailer, John Lewis‘ homeware is time-earned, usually comes with a guarantee for ease of mind and sits at a relatively mid-range price point. In terms of outdoor living furniture, John Lewis are stocking all sorts of trending items for 2022, with al fresco dining tables and dining chairs to mention a few. Take the garden beanbag below. It’s available in three colours, and filled with polystyrene beads that are designed to move and mould around you to give comfortable support. Elsewhere, the Burford ladder shelf is something you might not see everyday and will make a sweet home for all your outdoor planters and climbing greenery.
Other options? Garden sheds really can be an eye sore, so when I saw the below duck egg number from Crane Garden Buildings, I jumped at the chance to show you. With space for firestarters, logs, wood chippings et. al, this storage shed is free from cheap-looking plastic and, instead, features high-quality Scandinavian Redwood. As for low maintenance garden furniture, available in three colours the ANYDAY garden rug is made from a cleverly chosen blend of materials for durability. It can be used on grass, on decking or inside a conservatory or lounging space, even. Lastly, these LED garden lights are a must-have if you’re planning on doing lots of outdoor socialising this summer. They’ll cover your space with a wash of vibrant colour.
Save money on garden storage sheds and wishlist garden furniture with these John Lewis discounts.
Garden Trading is a brand where your exterior decor comes first, something a lot of competitors can’t stand up to. In fact, their indoor furniture selection was a later addition to their collections and, in terms of style, Garden Trading focuses on timeless pieces which will help to encourage an uncluttered outdoor space. The brand sells tables, chairs and all the furniture covers to go with them.
In terms of seating, this 2-seater sofa has bags of nautical character and mid-century charm, but made from polyrope material wrapped in vertical lines it gives a more unique and lightweight appearance than all-weather rattan. Perfect on a sunny balcony or on the patio, matching coffee table and armchairs also available. As for bar and tableware for all your garden parties and summer barbecues, create your own bar area or drinks station with this cute drinks trolley. Whatever your tipple of choice, the addition of wheels make this trolley fully portable so the bar can come to you!
An evening spent socialising outdoors will be no fun at all if you all get cold. Make like Love Island and snap up the above fire pit from Garden Trading. It’s made from steel and has plenty of glowing reviews. And lastly, crafted in Powder Coated Steel, this weatherproof bistro set is fully foldable and available in a wide choice of colours. This sunshine shade of cheery yellow is our favourite.
Save money on the best patio heaters and garden furniture with these Garden Trading discount codes.
Heal’s will likely be a familiar name to your ears, but perhaps more for corner sofas and armchairs than garden furniture. In fact, the brand stocks a great selection of outdoor pieces, with mirrors, shower-proof cushions and string lights, not to mention statement chairs as luscious as their indoor collections. Plus, you can get free delivery if you spend over £5,000.
For me, Amazon is my retailer of choice for what I would describe as ‘overnight’ essentials – your Command strips, Brita filters and the like. What I didn’t know I was missing out on was a whole host of garden accessories from brands I know and trust. Think: IKEA, Weber, Kettler and Lafuma. For starters, look to the below Kettler patio heater. If the springtime chills have got you clinging to your cosy living space, rather than braving the outdoors, it might tempt you en plein air. Plus, let’s face it, ordering from IKEA online is a faff. You’ll be set back £15 on delivery alone so, instead, I’m looking to trusty Amazon. Prime delivery to the rescue.
Save money on patio heaters to save you the hassle of a fire pit or, worse, a DIY campfire, by using these Amazon discounts when you checkout.
If you’re familiar with our interiors content here at GLAMOUR, then you’ll know we’re big fans of Maisons du Monde. From tableware to long-lasting furniture staples, MdM have a broad selection of homeware, not least of all their Soho House-esque garden furniture. What am I wishlisting, you ask? In a gorgeous pastel green, this mini drinks table from Maisons Du Monde is not only affordable, but easy to pack away for the colder months, too. Plus, last year at GLAMOUR, the Made.com Zambra lounger sold like hot cakes. This year Made.com is no more, but this teak garden lounger from Maisons Du Monde looks high-quality and a very much welcome alternative.
If you like your outdoor space to give off echoes of warmer climes, Nkuku should be top of your bookmarks. Whether you’re in the market for North African-inspired plant pots or rattan here, there and everywhere, they’ll have a variety of options to suit your exteriors tastes. Fancy yourself a summer spent lounging outdoors? Nepalese in design, this Nkuku day bed makes for a stunning reading nook, sun-bathing spot and more. Treat ya’self.
Save money on daybeds and more on-trend garden decor with these Nkuku discount codes.
One of the latest retailers to find its way onto our shopping radars, Scotts of Stow stock a mixture of gifts, fashion and, of course, garden furniture. What we love about the brand is the uniqueness of some of the pieces. Yes, you can go to your local garden centre for a sun lounger and an outdoor dining table, but can you take home a garden mirror with shutters that looks straight out of Tuscany? Or, rather, an alternative to your classic wooden bench or swing seat, this Secret Garden-style arbour is ornate and will blend seamlessly into your surrounding greenery and fleurs.
Save money on arbours by using these Scotts of Stow discounts when you head to the checkout
If you’re after kitchenware – think cocktail sets and small electricals – then VonHaus will be one of your first point of calls. Now, with a wide array of wooden garden furniture, parasols and even lawn mowers, they’re moving up the ranks as one of our favourite inexpensive outdoor retails destinations. Looking to hop aboard the hanging egg trend? In a minimalist macrame style, this affordable hanging chair from Von Haus is the perfect spot to accessorise with a whole host of seat cushions, tailored to your outdoor space, of course.
Stripped-back styles at their best, Gardenesque is the retailer for washed-wood, almost shabby-chic effect furniture and they stock everything from parasols to sun loungers and deck chairs. In terms of pricing? Gardenesque stocks a range of prices with table sets under £300 and, equally, garden corner sofas over £1,000.
The Range is your one-stop shop for outdoor furniture on a tight budget. With pieces that serve solely to fill a hole while you wait on your dream furniture, as well as more durable and stylish picks that will be the talking point of your summer soirees, The Range really is a versatile brand.
Save money on your purchases with these discount codes for The Range.
B&Q are the DIY kings of the retail world and, whether you’re looking for a flat-pack sofa for your living room, or an affordable seating area for your garden, these guys will have what you’re looking for. You can get their pieces ordered to store for easy pick up, too.
Save a bit of extra £££ with these B&Q discount codes.
If affordable homeware and exterior decor is your bag, then Homebase might just be the retailer for you. Specialising in DIY flat pack and lightweight bits, as well as your bigger, more long-lasting purchases (like a pergola or garden shed), Homebase has a little bit of everything, not to mention the power tools you’ll need to actually put your purchases together. After a more affordable rattan-style sofa sets? This Homebase unit features clean, straight lines and will look straight out of a five-star Ibiza hotel. Espléndido.