Getting the most out of your garden furniture in the summer months may depend on the unpredictable climate to a certain extent but you can tip the scales in your favour by investing in some form of outdoor heating.
At the very basic level this may be simply achieved by setting aside a corner of your garden for a small bonfire. If this isn’t practical though a fire pit might be the next best option. Essentially, a firepit is a portable fireplace that can be cleaned out after use.
Since a fire pit is something you’ll want to use every year, it’s worth paying a bit extra for durable materials and build quality but you don’t have to go over the top. Reasonably priced pits start at around £50 and can be good value for money…
Originally from Mexico, chimineas feature an enclosed design with a tall chimney to control the smoke fumes. Offering a more comfortable experience as well as a positive aesthetic.
You can pay over £1,000 for a designer chimenea but budget options are available that work just as well…
Electric patio heaters are a convenient option, providing quiet, smoke-free heat at the flick of a switch. Obviously, not as decorative or characterful as their wood burning counterparts but they do the job. Modern versions come with infrared heating elements which are energy efficient too, providing tactical heat just where it’s needed…
Outdoor furniture, garden benches, modular garden furniture and outdoor tables.