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Furnishing the garden in style

Wednesday, 31st July, 2019 4:23pm

There’s nothing better than getting out into the fresh air and making the garden into a little paradise.

Once the garden has been landscaped, it’s time to think about what gorgeous furniture can be placed in it.

A Saigon six-seater rectangular dining set is perfect for a patio. Its Saigon heritage weave has been expertly crafted by hand to give a natural look and feel of wicker but unlike wicker, it can be used for both indoors or outdoors.

A Saigon six seater round dining set has been a popular buy in 2019 as it will bring years of enjoyment and is all weathers, so can be left out all year round.

The Milan six seater dining set mixes wood-effect aluminium and a sleek design for a contemporary look.

The aluminium wood-effect on the table top is echoed in the wood-effect arms on the cushioned armchair to complete the look.

A French Riveria five piece lounge set can look great in any garden. Imagine sitting out on your decking, coffee in one hand, book in the other, the sun warming your face and gently easing away the stresses of the day. The best part of this picture is you’re sitting on your own designer-like piece of outdoor furniture. This can easily be achieved if you purchase this exquisite sofa set.

This set consist of a sofa, two armchairs and lounge table. It’s extremely comfortable and popular for both conservatories and patios.

All of the above and much more is available from Griffins Garden Centre which is hosting an end of season sale this Bank Holiday weekend.

Stock is limited and for full details go to griffinsgardencentre.ie.

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